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WORKS OF

JOHN LEECH



CONTENTS

##  A CHRISTMAS CAROL

A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Manuscript)

##  THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH

##  THE COMIC HISTORY OF ROME

##  THE COMIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR

##  THE COMIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR

##  THE COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND

THE COMIC LATIN GRAMMAR

##  THE BATTLE OF LIFE

##  MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES

##  JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES OF LIFE, vol. I

##  JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES OF LIFE, vol. II

##  JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES OF LIFE, vol. III

##  THE BOOK OF BALLADS

##  BENJAMIN DISRAELI

##  FOUR HUNDRED HUMOROUS ILLUSTRATIONS

##  A LITTLE TOUR IN IRELAND

##  CHILDREN OF THE MOBILITY

##  ASK MAMMA

##  COLIN CLINK, VOLUME I (of III)

##  COLIN CLINK, VOLUME II (of III)

##  COLIN CLINK, VOLUME III (of III)

##  JACK THE GIANT KILLER

MERRIE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME, Vol. 1 (of 2

MERRIE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME, Vol. 2 (of 2)

##  THE FORTUNES OF HECTOR O'HALLORAN

##  PUCK ON PEGASUS

##  STAGE, STUDY & STUDIO

THE BON GAULTIER BALLADS

MR. PUNCH'S AFTER-DINNER STORIES

MR. PUNCH'S RAILWAY BOOK

MR. PUNCH IN THE HUNTING FIELD

MR. PUNCH'S BOOK OF LOVE



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



A CHRISTMAS CAROL
A Ghost Story of Christmas
By Charles Dickens
Illustrations By John Leech
ILLUSTRATIONS
		Artist.

Marley’s Ghost
	       	J. Leech

Ghosts of Departed Usurers
	  	,,

Mr. Fezziwig’s Ball
	  	,,

Scrooge Extinguishes the First
of the Three Spirits
	  	,,

Scrooge’s Third Visitor
	  	,,

Ignorance and Want
	  	,,

The Last of the Spirits
	  	,,

Scrooge and Bob Cratchit
	  	,,



THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH
A FAIRY TALE OF HOME
By Charles Dickens
ILLUSTRATIONS.
  	Engraver. 	Artist.
Frontispiece 	Thompson. 	D. Maclise, R.A.
Title 	G. Dalziel. 	D. Maclise, R.A.
Chirp the First 	G. Dalziel. 	R. Doyle.
The Carrier's Cart 	T. Williams. 	C. Stanfield, R.A.
John's Arrival 	E. Dalziel. 	J. Leech.
John and Dot 	Swain. 	J. Leech.
Chirp the Second 	E. Dalziel. 	R. Doyle.
Caleb at Work 	G. Dalziel. 	J. Leech.
Boxer 	T. Williams. 	E. Landseer, R.A.
Tilly Slowboy 	Groves. 	J. Leech.
Mrs. Fielding's Lecture 	E. Dalziel. 	J. Leech.
Chirp the Third 	T. Williams. 	R. Doyle.
John's Reverie 	Groves. 	J. Leech.
The Dance 	Swain. 	J. Leech.



THE COMIC HISTORY OF ROME
From The Founding Of The City To The End Of The Commonwealth.
By Gilbert Abbott À Becket
Illustrated By John Leech



CONTENTS
CHAP.  	  	PAGE
I.— 	FROM THE FOUNDATION OF ROME TO THE DEATH OF ROMULUS 	1
II.— 	FROM THE ACCESSION OF NUMA POMPILIUS TO THE DEATH OF ANCUS
MARTIUS 	14
III.— 	FROM THE ACCESSION OF TARQUINIUS PRISCUS TO THE DEATH OF
SERVIUS TULLIUS 	23
IV.— 	FROM THE ACCESSION OF TARQUINIUS SUPERBUS TO THE BANISHMENT
OF THE ROYAL FAMILY, AND THE ABOLITION OF THE KINGLY DIGNITY 	33
V.— 	FROM THE BANISHMENT OF TARQUINIUS SUPERBUS TO THE BATTLE
OF LAKE REGILLUS 	43
VI.— 	FROM THE BATTLE OF THE LAKE REGILLUS TO THE CLOSE OF THE
WAR WITH THE VOLSCIANS 	56
VII.— 	FROM THE CLOSE OF THE WAR WITH THE VOLSCIANS TO THE
PASSING OF THE BILL OF TERENTILLUS 	65
VIII.— 	FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE DECEMVIRATE TO THE TAKING
OF VEII 	73
IX.— 	FROM THE TAKING OF ROME BY THE GAULS TO ITS SUBSEQUENT
PRESERVATION BY MANLIUS 	89
X.— 	FROM THE TRIBUNESHIP OF C. LICINIUS TO THE DEFEAT OF THE
GAULS BY VALERIUS 	97
XI.— 	FROM THE FIRST WAR AGAINST THE SAMNITES TO THE PASSING OF
THE LAWS OF PUBLILIUS 	107
XII.— 	FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE SECOND TO THE END OF THE THIRD
SAMNITE WAR 	116
XIII.— 	ON THE PEACEFUL OCCUPATIONS OF THE ROMANS. FROM THE
SCARCITY OF SUBJECT, NECESSARILY A VERY SHORT CHAPTER 	129
[viii]XIV.— 	FROM THE END OF THE THIRD SAMNITE WAR TO THE SUBJUGATION
OF ALL ITALY BY THE ROMANS 	135
XV.— 	THE FIRST PUNIC WAR 	150
XVI.— 	SOME MISCELLANEOUS WARS OF ROME 	161
XVII.— 	THE SECOND PUNIC WAR 	171
XVIII.— 	CONCLUSION OF THE SECOND PUNIC WAR 	183
XIX.— 	WAR WITH THE MACEDONIANS. PROCLAMATION OF THE FREEDOM
OF GREECE BY FLAMINIUS. WAR WITH ANTIOCHUS. DEATH OF
HANNIBAL, AND OF SCIPIO AFRICANUS 	193
XX.— 	PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. MORALS, MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND STATE
OF THE DRAMA AND LITERATURE AMONG THE ROMANS 	204
XXI.— 	WARS AGAINST PERSEUS. THE THIRD PUNIC WAR. SIEGE AND
DESTRUCTION OF CARTHAGE, AND DITTO DITTO OF CORINTH 	215
XXII.— 	WARS IN SPAIN. VIRIATHUS. DESTRUCTION OF NUMANTIA. THE
SERVILE WAR IN SICILY. APPROPRIATION OF PERGAMUS 	225
XXIII.— 	THE GRACCHI AND THEIR MOTHER. RISE AND FALL OF TIBERIUS
AND CAIUS GRACCHUS 	234
XXIV.— 	THE JUGURTHINE WAR. WAR AGAINST THE CIMBRI AND TEUTONI 	247
XXV.— 	MITHRIDATES, SULLA, MARIUS, CINNA, ET CÆTERA 	257
XXVI.— 	DEATH OF CINNA. RETURN OF SULLA TO ROME. C. PAPIRIUS
CARBO. DICTATORSHIP OF SULLA 	267
XXVII.— 	REACTION AGAINST THE POLICY OF SULLA. SERVICES OF
Q. SERTORIUS. METELLUS. CN. POMPEY. SPIRITED STEPS OF
SPARTACUS. THE IRATE PIRATE 	275
XXVIII.— 	THE THIRD MITHRIDATIC WAR. DEPOSITION AND DEATH OF
MITHRIDATES 	284
XXIX.— 	CONSPIRACY OF CATILINE. INTRODUCTION OF CICERO. CÆSAR,
POMPEY, CRASSUS, AND CO. 	289
XXX.— 	OVERTHROW OF CRASSUS. DEFEAT OF POMPEY. DICTATORSHIP
AND DEATH OF CÆSAR. END OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC 	299
ENGRAVINGS ON STEEL.
  	  	PAGE
  1. 	Romulus and Remus discovered by a Gentle Shepherd 	i
  2. 	Tarquinius Superbus makes himself King 	32
  3. 	Appius Claudius Punished by the People 	80
  4. 	The Gallant Curtius Leaping into the Gulf 	104
  5. 	Pyrrhus Arrives in Italy with his Troupe 	138
  6. 	Hannibal, whilst even yet a Child, swears Eternal Hatred to
the Romans 	168
  7. 	Flaminius Restoring Liberty to Greece at the Isthmian Games 	195
  8. 	The Mother of the Gracchi 	234
  9. 	Marius discovered in the Marshes at Minturnæ 	261
10. 	Cicero denouncing Catiline 	292
ENGRAVINGS ON WOOD.
  	PAGE
Initial T.—Æneas and Anchises 	1
Rhea Silvia 	4
Romulus Consulting the Augury 	6
Remus jumping over the Walls 	7
Awful Appearance of the Shade of Remus to Romulus 	8
The Romans walking off with the Sabine Women 	10
Initial R 	14
Numa Pompilius remembering the Grotto 	15
Death of Cluilius 	17
Combat between the Horatii and Curiatii 	19
Initial 	23
Celeres 	24
Debtor and Creditor. Seizure of Goods for a Debt 	28
Initial T 	33
Tarquinius Superbus has the Sibylline Books valued 	35
The Evil Conscience of Tarquin 	37
Mrs. Sextus consoles herself with a Little Party 	39
Tail-piece 	42
Initial B 	43
Aruns and Brutus 	45
Horatius Cocles Defending the Bridge 	49
Mucius Scævola before Porsenna 	51
Clælia and her Companions escaping from the Etruscan Camp 	52
Initial T 	56
Coriolanus parting from his Wife and Family 	63
Initial A 	65
A Lictor is sent to arrest Publilius Volero 	68
Cincinnatus chosen Dictator 	70
Roman Bull and Priest of the Period 	73
Virginia carried off by a Minion in the pay of Appius 	78
In the foreground of the Tableau may be observed a Patrician looking
very black at the Triumph of the General 	83
In all probability something of this sort 	84
School-boys flogging the Schoolmaster 	88
Initial A.—A Gaul 	89
The Citadel saved by the cackling of the Geese 	93
Initial R.—Roman Soldier 	97
Miss Fabia, the Younger, astonished at the Patrician's Double-knock 	98
Titus threatening Pomponius 	103
Terrific Combat between Titus Manlius and a Gaul of gigantic Stature 	105
Initial T 	107
A Scare-crow 	109
Metius aggravating Titus Manlius 	111
The Romans clothed by the Inhabitants of Capua 	119
Samnite Soldier 	126
Initial I.—Æsculapius 	129
The Ambassadors purchasing Æsculapius 	133
Tail-piece 	134
Initial R 	135
Appearance in the Senate of a young Nobleman, named Meto 	139  [xii]
Self-possession of Fabricius, the Ambassador, under rather Trying Circumstances 	142
Discovery of the Head of Summanus 	145
Curius Dentatus refusing the Magnificent Gift offered by the Samnite Ambassadors 	146
Initial A 	150
Roman Man-of-War, from a scarce Medal 	153
Initial P 	161
Hanno announcing to the Mercenaries the Emptiness of the Public Coffers 	162
Early Roman Gladiator and his Patron 	165
His Excellency Q. Fabius offering Peace or War to the Carthaginian Senate 	169
Hannibal crossing the Alps 	173
Hannibal disguising himself 	176
The "Slow Coach" 	179
Young Varro 	180
Archimedes taking a Warm Bath 	186
Considerate Conduct of Scipio Africanus 	188
Initial W 	193
Hannibal leads the Ambassadors rather a fatiguing Walk round Carthage 	197
Hannibal requesting the Cretan Priests to become his Bankers 	200
Hannibal makes the usual neat and appropriate Speech previous to killing himself 	201
Initial I 	204
Roman Lady "Shopping" 	205
Terence reading his Play to Cæcilius 	210
Light Comedy Man of the Period 	212
Bacchanalian Group, from a very old Vase 	223
Assassination of Viriathus 	226
Arrest of Eunus 	231
Tib. Gracchus canvassing 	238
Melancholy end of Tib. Gracchus 	239
Scipio Æmilianus cramming himself for a Speech after a hearty Supper 	240
Rash Act of Caius Gracchus 	244
Tail-piece 	246
Drusus is Stabbed, and Expires gracefully 	254
Initial F 	257
"Who dares kill Marius?" 	261
Marius in the Ruins of Carthage 	263
Marius in his Old Age 	266
Funeral Pile of Sulla 	274
Initial T—Cæsar and Pompey very much alike, especially Pompey 	275
Sertorius and his young Friends 	278
Armed Slave 	280
Spartacus 	281
Mithridates, his rash act 	286
Mithridates 	287
Initial A—Libertas, Æqualitas, Fraternitas 	289
Fulvia 	291
Cicero throws up his Brief, like a Gentleman 	296
Initial C 	299
"Quid times? Cæsarem vehis." 	301
The End of Julius Cæsar 	308



THE COMIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR:
A NEW AND FACETIOUS INTRODUCTION TO THE ENGLISH TONGUE.
By Percival Leigh
Embellished with upwards of forty-five Characteristic Illustrations
By JOHN LEECH.
1845.



CONTENTS
PRELIMINARY DISCOURSE.
PART I. ORTHOGRAPHY.
CHAPTER I. OF THE NATURE OF THE LETTERS, AND OF A COMIC ALPHABET.
CHAPTER II. OF SYLLABLES.
CHAPTER III. OF WORDS IN GENERAL.
PART II. ETYMOLOGY.
CHAPTER I. A COMICAL VIEW OF THE PARTS OF SPEECH.
CHAPTER II. OF THE ARTICLES.
CHAPTER III.
SECTION I. OF SUBSTANTIVES IN GENERAL.
SECTION II. OF GENDER.
SECTION III. OF NUMBER.
SECTION IV. OF CASE.
CHAPTER IV. OF ADJECTIVES.
SECTION I. OF THE NATURE OF ADJECTIVES AND THE DEGREES OF COMPARISON.
SECTION II. A FEW REMARKS ON THE SUBJECT OF COMPARISON.
CHAPTER V. OF PRONOUNS.
SECTION I. OF THE PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
SECTION II. OF THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
SECTION III. OF THE ADJECTIVE PRONOUNS.
CHAPTER VI. OF VERBS.
SECTION I. OF THE NATURE OF VERBS IN GENERAL.
SECTION II. OF NUMBER AND PERSON.
SECTION III. OF MOODS AND PARTICIPLES.
SECTION IV. OF THE TENSES.
SECTION V. THE CONJUGATION OF THE AUXILIARY VERBS TO HAVE AND TO BE.
SECTION VI. THE CONJUGATION OF REGULAR VERBS ACTIVE.
SECTION VII. IRREGULAR VERBS
SECTION VIII. OF DEFECTIVE VERBS.
CHAPTER VII. OF ADVERBS.
CHAPTER VIII. OF PREPOSITIONS.
CHAPTER IX. OF CONJUNCTIONS..
CHAPTER X. OF DERIVATION.
PART III. SYNTAX.
PART IV. PROSODY.
CHAPTER I. OF PRONUNCIATION
SECTION I. OF ACCENT.
SECTION II. OF QUANTITY.
SECTION III. ON EMPHASIS.
SECTION IV. OF PAUSES.
SECTION V. OF TONES.
CHAPTER II. OF VERSIFICATION.
CHAPTER III. PUNCTUATION.
ADDRESS TO YOUNG STUDENTS.



THE COMIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR
A New And Facetious Introduction To The English Tongue
By The Author Of The Comic Latin Grammar
Embellished With Upwards Of Fifty Characteristic Illustrations By J. Leech.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
  	Page
FRONTISPIECE. 	Frontispiece
MINERVA TEACHING 	x
JOHN BULL 	12
THE "PRODIGY" 	14
"JANE YOU KNOW WHO" 	18
MUTES AND LIQUIDS 	23
AWKWARD LOUT 	24
HA! HA! HA! HO! HO! HO! HE! HE! HE! 	27
"O!, WHAT, A, LARK!—HERE, WE, ARE!" 	28
ALDIBORONTIPHOSCOPHORMIO AND CHRONONHOTONTHOLOGOS 	34
SINGLE BLESSEDNESS 	40
APPLE SAUCE 	45
MATILDA 	48
A SOCIALIST 	50
"SHAN'T I SHINE TO NIGHT, DEAR?" 	51
JULIA 	57
A VERY BAD CASE 	59
A SELECT VESTRY 	69
SELF-ESTEEM 	78
"FACT, MADAM!"—"GRACIOUS, MAJOR!" 	82
YEARS OF DISCRETION 	89
"I SHALL GIVE YOU A DRUBBING!" 	97
[Pg xii]A COMICAL CONJUNCTION 	106
"AS WELL AS CAN BE EXPECTED" 	108
"HOW'S YOUR INSPECTOR?" 	119
"WHAT A DUCK OF A MAN!" 	120
THE FLIRT 	122
THE CAPTAIN 	128
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON 	131
"OH! YOU GOOD-FOR-NOTHING MAN!" 	137
THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN 	139
"VIRTUE'S REWARD" 	142
"NOT TO MINCE MATTERS, MISS, I LOVE YOU" 	145
THE FRENCH MARQUIS 	149
"THE ENGAGED ONES" 	153
"THE LADIES!" 	156
"HIT ONE OF YOUR OWN SIZE!" 	158
ALL FOR LOVE 	169
"TALE OF A TUB" 	170
"A RESPECTABLE MAN" 	177
DOING WHAT YOU LIKE WITH YOUR OWN 	180
"WHAT A LITTLE DEAR!" 	183
BRUTUS 	187
THE TWO DOVES 	190
"THE NASTY LITTLE SQUALLING BRAT" 	205
"OH, JEMIMA!" 	214
LOVE AND MURDER 	216
STANDING ON POINTS 	218
"WHERE GOT'ST THOU THAT GOOSE?" 	219



THE COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND
Volumes One and Two
By Gilbert Abbott A'Beckett
With Reproductions of the 200 Engravings by John Leech
And Twenty Page Illustrations
1894



CONTENTS
PREFACE.
THE COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND.


BOOK I.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. THE BRITONS—THE ROMANS—INVASION BY JULIUS CÆSAR.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. INVASION BY THE ROMANS UNDER CLAUDIUS—CARACTACUS—BOADICEA—AGRICOLA—-GALGACUS—SEVERUS—VORTIGERN CALLS IN THE SAXONS.
CHAPTER THE THIRD. THE SAXONS—THE HEPTARCHY.
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. THE UNION OF THE HEPTARCHY UNDER EGBERT.
CHAPTER THE FIFTH. THE DANES—ALFRED.
CHAPTER THE SIXTH. FROM KING EDWARD THE ELDER TO THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
CHAPTER THE SEVENTH. EDMUND IRONSIDES—CANUTE—HAROLD HAREFOOT—HARDICANUTE—EDWARD THE CONFESSOR—HAROLD—THE BATTLE OF HASTINGS.


BOOK II. THE PERIOD FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST TO THE DEATH OF KING JOHN.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. WILLIAM RUFUS.
CHAPTER THE THIRD. HENRY THE FIRST, SURNAMED BEAUCLERC.
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. STEPHEN.
CHAPTER THE FIFTH. HENRY THE SECOND, SURNAMED PLANTAGENET.
CHAPTER THE SIXTH. RICHARD THE FIRST, SURNAMED COUR DE LION.
CHAPTER THE SEVENTH. JOHN, SURNAMED SANSTERRE, OR LACKLAND.


BOOK III. THE PERIOD FROM THE ACCESSION OF HENRY THE THIRD, TO THE END OF THE REIGN OF RICHARD THE SECOND. A.D. 1216—1399.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. HENRY THE THIRD, SURNAMED OF WINCHESTER.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. EDWARD THE FIRST, SURNAMED LONGSHANKS.
CHAPTER THE THIRD. EDWARD THE SECOND, SURNAMED OF CAERNARVON.
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. EDWARD THE THIRD.
CHAPTER THE FIFTH. RICHARD THE SECOND, SURNAMED OF BORDEAUX.
CHAPTER THE SIXTH. ON THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.


BOOK IV. THE PERIOD FROM THE ACCESSION OF HENRY THE FOURTH TO THE END OF THE REIGN OF RICHARD THE THIRD, A.D. 1399—1485.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. HENRY THE FOURTH, SURNAMED BOLINGBROKE.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. HENRY THE FIFTH, SURNAMED OF MONMOUTH.
CHAPTER THE THIRD. HENRY THE SIXTH, SURNAMED OF WINDSOR.
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. HENRY THE SIXTH, SURNAMED OF WINDSOR (CONTINUED).
CHAPTER THE FIFTH. EDWARD THE FOURTH.
CHAPTER THE SIXTH. EDWARD THE FIFTH.
CHAPTER THE SEVENTH. RICHARD THE THIRD.
CHAPTER THE EIGHTH. NATIONAL INDUSTRY.
CHAPTER THE NINTH. OF THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.


BOOK V. FROM THE ACCESSION OF HENRY THE SEVENTH TO THE END OF THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. HENRY THE SEVENTH.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. HENRY THE EIGHTH.
CHAPTER THE THIRD. HENRY THE EIGHTH (CONTINUED).
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. HENRY THE EIGHTH (CONTINUED.)
CHAPTER THE FIFTH. HENRY THE EIGHTH (CONCLUDED).
CHAPTER THE SIXTH. EDWARD THE SIXTH.
CHAPTER THE SEVENTH. MARY.
CHAPTER THE EIGHTH. ELIZABETH.
CHAPTER THE NINTH. ELIZABETH (CONTINUED).
CHAPTER THE TENTH. ELIZABETH (CONCLUDED).


BOOK VI. FROM THE PERIOD OF THE ACCESSION OF JAMES THE FIRST TO THE RESTORATION OF CHARLES THE SECOND.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. JAMES THE FIRST.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. JAMES THE FIRST (CONTINUED).
CHAPTER THE THIRD. CHARLES THE FIRST.
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. CHARLES THE FIRST (CONTINUED).
CHAPTER THE FIFTH CHARLES THE FIRST (CONCLUDED).
CHAPTER THE SIXTH. THE COMMONWEALTH.
CHAPTER THE SEVENTH. RICHARD CROMWELL.
CHAPTER THE EIGHTH. ON THE NATIONAL INDUSTRY AND THE LITERATURE, MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND CONDITION OP THE PEOPLE.


BOOK VII. THE PERIOD FROM THE RESTORATION OF CHARLES THE SECOND TO THE REVOLUTION.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. CHARLES THE SECOND.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. CHARLES THE SECOND (CONTINUED).
CHAPTER THE THIRD. CHARLES THE SECOND (CONTINUED).
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. JAMES THE SECOND.
CHAPTER THE FIFTH. LITERATURE, SCIENCE, FINE ARTS, MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.


BOOK VIII. THE PERIOD FROM THE REVOLUTION TO THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE THE THIRD.
CHAPTER THE FIRST. WILLIAM AND MARY.
CHAPTER THE SECOND. WILLIAM THE THIRD.
CHAPTER THE THIRD. QUEEN ANNE.
CHAPTER THE FOURTH. GEORGE THE FIRST.
CHAPTER THE FIFTH. GEORGE THE SECOND.
CHAPTER THE SIXTH. GEORGE THE SECOND (CONCLUDED).
CHAPTER THE SEVENTH. ON THE CONSTITUTION, GOVERNMENT AND LAWS, NATIONAL INDUSTRY, LITERATURE, SCIENCE, FINE ARTS, MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.



THE BATTLE OF LIFE
A Love Story.
By Charles Dickens



ILLUSTRATIONS.
Title. 	Artist. 	Engraver.
Frontispiece 	D. Maclise, R.A. 	Thompson.
Title 	D. Maclise, R.A. 	Thompson.
Part the First 	R. Doyle. 	Dalziel.
War 	C. Stanfield, R.A. 	Williams.
Peace 	C. Stanfield, R.A. 	Williams.
The Parting Breakfast 	J. Leech. 	Dalziel.
Part the Second 	R. Doyle. 	Green.
Snitchey and Craggs 	J. Leech. 	Dalziel.
The Secret Interview 	D. Maclise, R.A. 	Williams.
The Night of the Return 	J. Leech. 	Dalziel.
Part the Third 	R. Doyle. 	Dalziel.
The Nutmeg Grater 	C. Stanfield, R.A. 	Williams.
The Sisters 	D. Maclise, R.A. 	Williams.



MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES
By “PUNCH.”
With Illustrations By John Leech



CONTENTS
LECTURE I. MR. CAUDLE HAS LENT FIVE POUNDS TO A FRIEND.
LECTURE II. MR. CAUDLE HAS BEEN AT A TAVERN WITH A FRIEND.
LECTURE III. MR. CAUDLE JOINS A CLUB,—“THE SKYLARKS.”
LECTURE IV. MR. CAUDLE HAS BEEN CALLED FROM HIS BED TO BAIL MR. PRETTYMAN FROM THE WATCH-HOUSE.
LECTURE V. MR. CAUDLE HAS REMAINED DOWN STAIRS TILL PAST ONE, WITH A FRIEND.
LECTURE VI. MR. CAUDLE HAS LENT AN ACQUAINTANCE THE FAMILY UMBRELLA. MRS. CAUDLE LECTURES THEREON.
LECTURE VII. MR. CAUDLE HAS VENTURED A REMONSTRANCE ON HIS DAY'S DINNER: COLD MUTTON, AND NO PUDDING. MRS. CAUDLE DEFENDS THE COLD SHOULDER
LECTURE VIII. CAUDLE HAS BEEN MADE A MASON.—MRS. CAUDLE INDIGNANT AND CURIOUS.
LECTURE IX. MR. CAUDLE HAS BEEN TO GREENWICH FAIR.
LECTURE X. ON MR. CAUDLE'S SHIRT-BUTTONS.
LECTURE XI. MRS. CAUDLE SUGGESTS THAT HER DEAR MOTHER SHOULD “COME AND LIVE WITH THEM.”
LECTURE XII. MR. CAUDLE, HAVING COME HOME A LITTLE LATE, DECLARES THAT HENCEFORTH “HE WILL HAVE A DEAD-LATCH KEY.”
LECTURE XIII. MRS. CAUDLE HAS BEEN TO SEE HER DEAR MOTHER. CAUDLE, ON THE “JOYFUL OCCASION,” HAS GIVEN A PARTY, AND ISSUED THE ANNEXED CARD OF INVITATION.



JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES OF LIFE AND CHARACTER
FROM THE COLLECTION OF "MR. PUNCH"
Volume One (of Three)
1886
INDEX:
Advantages of the new Postal arrangements .1845 	.272
Advice Gratis .1852 	.062
Affair of Importance, An 1852 	.012
After the Pantomime .1853 	.070
Aged Juvenile, An .1846 	.223
Aggravating—Rather .1850 	.151
Agony Column 1848 	.262
Agricultural Distress1851 	.129
Agricultural Distress Dodge, The 1851 	.195
Alarming.1850 	.050
Alarming 1858 	.078
Alarming Effect of the Hat and Table-moving Experiment.1853 	.184
Alarming Intelligence .1852 	.030
Alarming Message, An.1842 	.222
Alarming Occurrence .1850 	.011
Alarming Symptoms1846 	.010
Alderman's Advice to his Son, The .1851 	.037
All is fair in Love, &c1855 	.255
All is Vanity .1852 	.176
Ambitious Youth, An .1848 	.273
Amusement for a Rainy Day .1863 	.280
An Exclusive.1852 	.112
An Impossibility 1846 	.263
Analogy1850 	.113
Aucicnt Impostor, An.1852 	.170
Ancient Mariner, An .1852 	.277
And here are the Girls in the Round Flats1855 	.169
Anglers hear Strange Things .1845 	.036
Angling in the Serpentine .1851 	.102
Another Bit from the Mining Districts .1854 	.121
Another Bit of Serious Pantomime.1852 	.163
Another Innocent and Amusing, &c.1848 	.048
Anxious Moment, An 1853 	.204
Appearances are Deceptive1850 	.274
Appropriate .1855 	.251
Aquatics.1855 	.169
	.216
	.226
Arithmetic at the University 1851 	.134
Artful Excuse, An1847 	.094
Ascot, At .1852 	.218
Association for the Advancement of Science , An .1846 	.279
Awful Appearance of a "Wopps" .1849 	.213
Awful Instance of Perception, &c.1849 	.055
Awful Occurrence at an Evening Party.1851 	.038
Awful Position during a Storm .1846 	.077
Awful Scene on the Chain Pier, Brighton1846 	.050
Awkward .1855 	.049
Awkward Consequence of removing the Soldiers 1851 	.257
Bachelor Housekeeping .1852 	.263
Back View, A 1854 	.211
Ballooning 1850 	.266
Bands of Hope, The.1852 	.056
Barrack Life 1851 	.058
Bath at Boulogne, A1853 	.165
Battle of the Pianos, The1855 	.250
Battledore and Shuttlecock.1854 	.220
Beard and Moustache Movement, The1853 	.140
Beard Movement, The1854 	.049
Something wrong with the Chimney 1846 	.279
Best of Both Worlds1848 	.084
Best Preventive against Sea-sickness: I., II., III.1855 	.163
Betting Fever, The 1852 	.265
Birthday, The.,1853 	.088
Bit from the Mining Districts .1854 	.121
Bit of his Mind, A.1853 	.222
Bit of Serious Pantomime, A .1855 	.168
Bitter Sarcasm 1850 	.027
Bles the Boy 1 .1850 	.015
Boat for an Hour, A .1846 	.151
"Bolted 1".1852 	.265
Bon-bon from a Juvenile Party, A.1851 	.017
	.090
Bottom-Fishing.1855 	.118
Bribery is detestable, but Politeness costs Nothing1847 	.183
Brilliant Idea. A1854 	.259
British Ruffian, A.1852 	.132
Briton Abroad, The.1853 	.124
Brook Green Volunteer, The.1846 	.155
	.157
	.159
	.173
	.174
	.175
	.177
Brutal Fellow, A 1853 	.046
By the "Sad Sea Waves "1854 	.268
Candid.1848 	.127
Capital Offer, A.1854 	.208
Caught.1847 	.098
Cause for Reproof, A 1847 	.257
Caution to a Little Boy at a Festive Season, A 1853 	.119
Changing the Subject 1848 	.122
Chatelaine, The1849 	.064
Cheap Day's Hunting, A.1849 	.184
	.185
Church and State 1851 	.057
Close of the Season—The London Footman exhausted .1846 	.279
Cold Comfort.1849 	.139
Coming to the Point1848 	.019
Coming Home .1853 	.086
Comparative Love.1851 	.174
Complimentary .1850 	.065
Complimentary .1855 	.261
Compliments .1854 	.246
Confound the Shops.1852 	.054
Conscientious Stable Keeper, The.1853 	.068
Consols at 90, Consols at 80 1848 	.167
Consolation1845 	.118
Constitutional Walk, The.1853 	.258
Cool Assurance.1854 	.205
Correct Mode of Riding in Rotten Row.1851 	.007
Country Ball, A1851 	.128
Country Races .1854 	.243
Court Dress, A 1848 	.005
Cruel .1851 	.006
Cruel .1853 	.110
Curious Mode of Conducting a Retail Establishment1855 	.225
Curious Person, A1852 	.278
Cut Him down Behind1852 	.063
Day's Pleasure, A .1851 	.276
Dear Delights of Britain's Summer Fields, The1852 	.173
"De Gustibus," &c., &c.1846 	.016
De Gustibus .1851 	.127
Delicate 1852 	.064
Delicacy of the Season.1852 	.056
Delicious Morsel, A1846 	.025
Delicious Sail off Dover, A1854 	.087
Delights of Travel.1846 	.162
Delightful Outdoor Exercise .1854 	.267
Delusion, A 1855 	.207
Derby Epidemic 1846 	.014
Did you Ever? .1851 	.004
Difference of View.1847 	.176
Different Opinions 1851 	.069
Different People have Different Opinions 1852 	.026
Discernment .1853 	.048
Distraction1847 	.086
Distressing Result of Emigration 1851 	.146
Distwessing-Vewy 1853 	.066
Division of Labour 1853 	.089
Docile Husband, The .1847 	.258
Dog Days 1853 	.077
Doing a Little Bill .1846 	.020
Doing it Thoroughly1855 	.153
Domestic Bliss 1847 	.036
	.147
Domestic Bliss . 1848 	.024
Domestic Event in the Zoological Gardens 1850 	.166
	.167
Domestic Sanitary Regulations .1850 	.125
Doubtful.1850 	.257
Drawing-room Entertainment, A .1853 	.219
Dreadful Crisis 1848 	.106
Dreadful Destitution.1848 	.209
Dreadful Shock to the Nerves, A .1846 	.052
Dumb Waiter, A 1849 	.083
During Frost a Foxhunter gets too big for his clothes1854 	.138
Early Education1852 	.183
Easily Pleased 1852 	.056
Easily Satisfied 1852 	.052
Easy Shaving.1852 	.134
Easy Forecast, An .1853 	.244
Educational Movement.1848 	.253
Effects of Salt Water, as observed at the Regatta Ball.1852 	.227
Elegant and Rational Costume for Close Weather.1850 	.135
Elegant Habit .1853 	.112
End of a Five Minutes' Burst, The1847 	.178
Energetic .1850 	.099
Enter Mr. Bottles the Butler 1854 	.047
Enthusiastic Fisherman, An 1849 	.127
Evening Parties1849 	.025
Evil Communications .1854 	.267
Every Little Helps 1850 	.108
Excellent Wine, An.1846 	.035
Excessively Polite.1851 	.068
Excited Nimrod, An.1853 	.254
Experienced Veteran, An1854 	.259
Extreme Delicacy.1848 	.260
Extremes Meet .1845 	.214
Eye to Business, An1845 	.075
Fact, A1854 	.128
False Position, A .1853 	.085
Familiarity. 1846 	.251
Fancy Dress Bill 1846 	.062
Fancy Portrait 1852 	.011
Fashionable Intelligence 1845 	.006
Fashionable Intelligence 1845 	.151
Fashions, The .1850 	.024
Fashions for Fast Mea1847 	.205
Fashions in Pins, A .1845 	.032
Faulty Mirror, A 1850 	.116
Filling up the Census Paper1851 	.131
Fine Business, indeed, the Wretch! 1855 	.247
Fine Disposition, A .1848 	.063
Fish Dinner, The 1846 	.014
Fishing off a Watering Place 1852 	.083
Fishing off Brighton.1840 	.151
Fishing with Hies 1851 	.141
Flowers of the French Army 1851 	.076
Fly-Fishing1853 	.156
	.254
Folkestone, Arrival of the Boat .1852 	.203
Foolish and a Betting Man. A.1852 	.263
Foreigner of Distinction 1852 	.070
Fox steals away from Cover.1851 	.106
Fragment, A .1847 	.084
Fresh Morning .1854 	.247
Friendly but very Unpleasant.1855 	.244
Frightful! 1855 	.206
Frightful upset of Dignity 1852 	.148
From a Beautiful Miniature.1843 	.034
Fiobx the Mining Districts 1855 	.241
Gallantry .1851 	.032
Gammon.1847 	.266
Garret and the Conservatory, The.1852 	.124
Gay Young Fellow, A1851 	.016
Genteel Practice 1840 	.026
Gentle Craft, The1853 	.104
Glorious News .1846 	.074
Going out Arresting1846 	.244
Going out to an "At Home"1852 	.130
Going to Cover 1852 	.072
Gold Fish at Hampton Court, The1846 	.065
Good Little Boy, The 1850 	.026
Good Reasons 1852 	.224
Good-sized Float, A .1852 	.277
Gorgeous Spectacle 1854 	.248
Grandmamma is supposed, &c.1851 	.115
Grand Show of Prize Vegetarians .1852 	.117
Great Bargain, A 1854 	.171
Great Chartist Demonstration, The .1848 	.269
	.270
	.271
	.272
Great Exhibition, Memorials of the 1851 	.228
to 	.240
Great Linen-drapery Nuisance, The .1847 	.273
Great Loss, A .1852 	.052
Great Mental Effort, A 1853 	.085
Great Misfortune, A1847 	.245
Great Want of Veneration 1844 	.022
Greenwich Dinner, The .1853 	.009
Greenwich Fair, At 1846 	.182
Gross Insult 1852 	.126
Gross Offence, A 1848 	.097
Groundless Alarm.1850 	.156
Grouse Shooting late in the Season—Jolly, Very1854 	.179
Hack for the Day, A .1853 	.008
Hall along of them Betting Offices.1852 	.046
Hansom Offer, A .1852 	.252
Hard Rider, A .1854 	.089
Hat Moving Experiment, The 1853 	.172
Heart-Breaking.1854 	.215
Heavy Blow, A1852 	.136
Heroism1855 	.272
Highland Game in a London Street, A1849 	.014
Highly Interesting.1852 	.076
Home for the Holidays1848 	.022
Honeymoon, The 1850 	.079
Hooking and Eyeing 1851 	.016
Horrible Business, A 1851 	.142
Horrible Idea, A 1855 	.247
Horrible Incident in Real Life 1852 	.116
Housemaids Refusing Service1852 	.114
How do you like it?1850 	.135
How Kind.1854 	.203
How to Dress a Lobster 1851 	.062
How to Escape from a Scolding Wife 1847 	.221
How to get a Connection1854 	.222
How to Get Rid of a Gratis Patient 1846 	.014
How to Flatter a Gent1854 	.253
How to make a Chatelaine, &c1849 	.090
How to make Culprits Comfortable 1849 	.137
How No. 4 Enjoyed Himself and How No. 8 Suffered.1850 	.142
How to Suit the Taste1846 	.012
How to Take Care of the Children 1852 	.177
Humorous Customer, A .1853 	.181
Hunting Memorandum 1853 	.100
Impending Disaster, An.1847 	.082
Improvement in Irish Affairs 1854 	.217
Impudence1848 	.243
Impudent Minx. An1852 	.084
In a very Pad Way .1853 	.205
In Camp, Hospitality 1853 	.085
In for It1844 	.007
Indiscretion 1855 	.224
Influenza, The 1847 	.262
Information1846 	.126
Ingenious Fellow, An 1851 	.095
Ingenious Idea 1853 	.067
Innocence .1847 	.024
Innocent and Amusing Little Trick .1848 	.043
Inquiring Mind, An.1847 	.261
Insulting a Scotchman1854 	.264
Interesting .1852 	.148
Interesting Scene During the Canvas1852 	.020
Interesting Story, The.1850 	.031
Irish Hotel, An1846 	.217
Is it So?1849 	.150
Jack Tar, A .1850 	.037
Jealousy.1850 	.016
Jealousy 1854 	.259
John Thomas Misplaced .1848 	.114
Jolly Dog, A . 1850 	.064
Joys of Ocean, The 1848 	.006
Judicious1856 	.223
Just Like Him .1851 	.154
Just the Man.1852 	.030
Knowledge is Power.1853 	.090
Ladies of the Creation 1851 	.186
	.199
La Mode1852 	.032
Late Arrival, A1851 	.003
Large Pump of Caution, A.1855 	.265
Laying the Dust. 1850 	.066
Loft-handed Compliment, A .1853 	.045
Literal1854 	.046
Literary Chit-chat.1842 	.273
Little Bit of Humbug, A1851 	.057
Little Surprise, A.1847 	.019
Little Women.1849 	.096
London Gent Abroad, A1851 	.012
Long Vacation .1847 	.161
Long Vacation in Arcadia, The .1844 	.148
Look before you Leap 1848 	.202
Lost One, The .1849 	.034
Love on the Ocean .1845 	.073
Lucid Explanation, A 1849 	.262
Making the Best of it1845 	.115
Making the Best of it .1856 	.218
Making the Most of it .1845 	.012
Man about Town, A1846 	.060
Man in Brass lamenting Decline of Lord Mayor's Show1850 	.264
Man of Feeling, A1848 	.084
Man of Opinion, A .1852 	.258
Manly Sorrow 1850 	.182
Manners make the Man 1852 	.100
March of Luxury .1846 	.245
Master of the Situation1848 	.188
Maternal Solicitude .1849 	.010
May Day1852 	.183
May Difference of Opinion, &c1846 	.038
Meeting him Halfway .1848 	.123
Melancholy Reverse of Fortune1846 	.127
Melancholy Scene at the Opera on a crowded Night 1847 	.182
Men of Business1849 	.030
Men of Experience .1846 	.105
Men of the World.1852 	.123
Mermaids at I'lay. 1848 	.018
Michaelmas Day. The cheap Tailor.1847 	.278
Might is Right 1853 	.160
Might versus Right 1846 	.251
Misplaced Confidence 1849 	.207
Mistaken Impression, A 1855 	.223
Mr. Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping.1849 	.021
	.023
	.025
	.027
	.029
	.031
	.033
Mr. Briggs's Pleasures of Horsekeeping 1849 	.050
	.035
	.037
	.039
	.040
	.053
	.055
	.057
	.059
	.171
Mr. Briggs's Pleasures of Hunting1849 	.051
	.061
	.063
	.065
	.067
	.069
	.071
	.073
	.075
	.077
	.079
	.080
	.093
	.095
Mr. Briggs's Pleasures of Fishing .1850 	.051
	.097
	.099
	.101
	.103
	.105
	.107
Mr. Briggs's Pleasures of Shooting.1850 	.051
	.109
	.111
	.113
	.115
	.117
	.119
	.139
	.141
Mr. Briggs's Pleasures of Racing.1851 	.143
	.144
	.145
Misunderstanding.1853 	.264
More Free than Welcome . 1849 	.082
Morning after The Derby, The 1853 	.060
Most Alarming Swelling, A1850 	.126
Most Distressing 1855 	.253
Moustache Movement 1854 	.210
	.220
	.274
Mr. 'Arry Belville on the Continent Generally .1853 	.201
Mr. Punch's Fancy Ball.1847 	.041
	.044
Mr. Verdant's First Attempt at Book-making 1853 	.060
Much too Clever .1850 	.100
Much too Considrate 1850 	.032
Murder will out1852 	.020
"Music hath Charms," &c1854 	.278
Mysterious Visitor, A .1854 	.162
Native Politeness1855 	.248
Never Satisfied .1848 	.039
New Act, The 1853 	.047
New Arrival, The.1849 	.227
New Bonnet, The1853 	.085
New Cricketing Dresses to Protect from swift bowling.1854 	.168
New Groom, The 1851 	.170
New Hunter, The1848 	.070
New Purchase, The .1855 	.152
Nice Game at Billiards, A .1853 	.091
Nice Team, A 1852 	.259
No Doubt 1849 	.067
No News is Good News 1850 	.093
No Place like Home.1853 	.104
North East Wind .1851 	.058
Not a difficult Thing to Foretell1831 	.075
Not the First Time 1855 	.275
Not to be played with .1848 	.058
Not very likely .1850 	.108
Not what he wanted.1851 	.153
Not yet .1851 	.076
Nothing like knowing the Country 1854 	.201
Nothing like Prudence1849 	.114
Nothing like System1847 	.214
Nothing like Warm Bathing .1846 	.028
Of Course .1851 	.046
Off the Foreland 1846 	.227
Oh! .1854 	.212
Oh, the Curtains! .1853 	.086
Old Gentleman is in a hurry to get to the Station1853 	.141
Omnibus Incident, An.1846 	.112
One of the Effects of the Blackguard Betting Offices.1852 	.265
Only a Penny!1851 	.158
On the Moors.1834 	.202
Ornament to Society, An1852 	.160
Opera, The.1846 	.181
Opera, The.1851 	.132
Our Boys.1853 	.210
Our English Climate1847 	.143
Our Foreign Visitors.1851 	.131
Our Friend Belville airs his French at Boulogne1854 	.201
Our Lazy Contributor 1846 	.276
Our National Defences1848 	.026
Our "Used-up" Man takes a Walk with his Cousins1850 	.213
Our Young People.1847 	.086
Out of Town .1849 	.165
Overtaken by the Tide, Margate 1848 	.226
Oxford Costume.1853 	.275
Oysters in June-Delicious! 1852 	.136
Pater Familia as makes himself independent of Hotels.1854 	.123
Perfect Sincerity ; or, Thinkings Aloud1849 	.180
	.181
	.262
Perils of a Court Presentation, The .1855 	.206
Personal Opinion, A1846 	.086
Philosopher, A 1852 	.010
Pic-nic, The 1851 	.106
Picture, A 1853 	.051
Pike is a voracious Fish, The1852 	.090
Pity is Akin to Love.1846 	.112
Pity tbe Sorrows of the Poor Police .1852 	.013
Plain Speaking 1848 	.061
Playful Creature, A .1853 	.059
Pleasing Delusion, A 1846 	.220
Pleasant.1852 	.092
	.120
Pleasant.1855 	.264
Pleasant State of Thing,, A1846 	.040
Pleasant Street Game 1850 	.020
Pleasures of Housekeeping .1849 	.255
Pleasures of the Studio1852 	.174
Pledge of Affection, A.1847 	.209
Poor Tommy.1852 	.054
Portrait of a Lady.1852 	.154
Potiehomania 1855 	.280
Poultry Fancies1853 	.224
Poultry Fancics-the Pets 1853 	.252
Poultry Mania, The.1853 	.260
Preparing for the Derby .1852 	.176
Pride .1845 	.150
Private and Confidential 1852 	.214
Private Opinion, A 1846 	.011
Private Theatricals .1854 	.081
Probable Effect of Cheap Furniture 1846 	.064
Probable Result of the Cochin China Fowl Mania 1853 	.249
Prodigious! .1847 	.015
Prodigious Nuisance, A 1852 	.136
Professional Man, A1850 	.017
Professor Buckwheat Impressing, &c.1845 	.130
Progress of Slang, The.1847 	.038
Proper Pride 1849 	.030
Propriety1848 	.005
Prudence and Imprudence .1847 	.243
Prudent Resolve, A 1853 	.093
Punctuality is the Soul of Business1845 	.214
Putting his Foot in it 1852 	.018
Puzzling Order, A1846 	.092
Quirt Weed, A .1852 	.015
Quite a Novelty1854 	.225
Quite Unnecessary1848 	.108
Railway Literature.1852 	.015
Railway Miseries 1845 	.241
Rather a Bad Look-out .1849 	.052
Rather a Drop .1855 	.184
Rather Awkward for Tomkins 1855 	.129
Rather Severe .1852 	.116
Rather Suspicious1850 	.050
Real Difficulty, A.1848 	.120
Real Enjoyment.1849 	.034
Real Flower Show, The .1855 	.190
Reduced Circumstances .1846 	.257
Reflection, A .1849 	.170
Regular Customer, A .1852 	.030
Religion la Mode 1850 	.074
Remonstrance 1853 	.185
Removing 1847 	.178
	.179
Return from a Masquerade.1844 	.256
Returning from the Seaside.1846 	.101
Reward of Merit .1851 	.110
Rising Generation, The 1846 	.109
Rising Generation, The 1847 	.035
	.073
Rising Generation, The 1851 	.066
Road-side on the Derby Day, The1850 	.146
Romance and Reality .1852 	.013
Romance of Roast Ducks, A .1848 	.078
Room for Improvement 1850 	.134
Rough Country, A 1847 	.256
Round Hat, The, with Novels in a Storm 1854 	.087
Ruling Passion, The1846 	.028
Sailors on Shore Carousing 1850 	.137
St Bernard Mastiff, The1853 	.242
Savage Reproof, A .1854 	.149
Sccne.--Bureau of the Chiefs of the Douanes1853 	.211
Scene on the English Coast.1855 	.208
Scene--Westminster Bridge .1853 	.069
Sea-side Hat, The .1854 	.221
	.247
Sea-side Literature for Young Ladies.1849 	.147
Sea-side. Saturday Evening 1848 	.216
Sea-side. The Bathing Hour.1855 	.152
Seasonable Question1850 	.132
Self-Esteem1848 	.126
Sell, A1851 	.150
Servantgalism1853 	.212
	.217
	.218
	.221
	.222
	.242
Shakespeare a little altered.1845 	.172
Silver Age, The1853 	.162
Sketch at Ramsgate, A1852 	.051
Sketch from Nature, A1845 	.066
Sketch near Burton Crescent .1847 	.038
Sketch of Character by, &c.1850 	.095
Small by Degrees and beautifully Less1855 	.219
Smart Youth, A.1847 	.267
Snow-Flakes .1853 	.088
Snuffed out1851 	.003
Social Struggles.1852 	.212
So fond of it .1851 	.175
Solicitude 1849 	.048
Something like a Brother.1852 	.033
Something like a Holiday.1845 	.022
Sometimes you "pick up" Hunters for next to nothing .1847 	.261
Son and Heir.1853 	.072
Sound Advice.1852 	.076
Speak as you Think 1849 	.142
Speculators1846 	.017
Spelling a Newspaper 1842 	.180
Splendid Day with the "Queen's"1848 	.105
Sporting Character, A1847 	.131
Sporting Extraordinary.1852 	.008
Sporting Gent practising for the Season .1847 	.278
Sporting Intelligence1852 	.102
Stag at Bay, The 1845 	.278
Startling Effect of the "Gold Diggings"1852 	.134
Startling Request, A.1846 	.053
Steeple-Chase, The 1853 	.200
Strange, but True1850 	.074
Street Dialogue1843 	.098
Strong Assertion 1853 	.006
Study of an Elderly Female, &c.1853 	.180
Stunning Politeness .1856 	.273
Subject for a Picture1851 	.015
Suburban Felicity, Domestic (Poultry) Incident.1854 	.138
Suggestion, A1848 	.093
Suggestive of a Picturesque Figure.1849 	.256
Summer in Elysium .1852 	.148
Symptoms of Wet Weather1846 	.013
Taking Change .1850 	.031
Taking it Coolly 1852 	.004
Taste .1853 	.060
Taste in the Drawing-room, Villikins and his Dinah.1854 	.250
Tempus Edax Rerum .1852 	.078
Terrible Accident .1855 	.227
Terrible Domestic Incident.1849 	.130
Test of Gallantry. The.1845 	.004
Test of Strength, A .1854 	.135
Thames Fishing.1851 	.071
That is the Question.1852 	.133
Thorough Good Cook, A1855 	.125
Those Shocking Clubs.1855 	.205
Tight Fit, A 1846 	.092
Too Civil by Half .1852 	.070
Too Faithful Portrait, The 1850 	.209
Too Popular by Half .1847 	.250
Topsy Turveydom1850 	.158
Touching Simplicity1856 	.223
Town and Country 1852 	.081
Travellers' Requisites 1854 	.253
Trial-for-Murder Mania, The1849 	.161
Troops and the Weather, The1845 	.029
True Politeness1851 	.140
True Respectability .1850 	.131
Truth is Great 1854 	.207
Turfites 1853 	.132
Undeniable.1845 	.185
Undesigned Incident, An1853 	.103
Unfeeling Observation1847 	.007
Unlucky1847 	.024
Unreasonable Complaint, An.1853 	.238
Unseasonable Sport 1852 	.133
Up to Weight 1854 	.121
Used up .1851 	.098
Useful if not Ornamental.1855 	.211
Useless Information .1851 	.172
Valuable Animal, A.1852 	.006
Valuable Hint .1849 	.094
Very Accommodating 1853 	.249
Very Acute.1852 	.074
Very Considerate 1852 	.122
Very Fine Fruit1848 	.010
Very Fine Gentlemen .1848 	.061
Very Fine Talking1846 	.011
Very Great Man, A .1854 	.216
Very Kind .1854 	.164
Very Low People .1852 	.084
Very Particular .1855 	.210
Very Proper Diet for Hot Weather.1852 	.062
Very Old Soldier, A1846 	.039
Very Vulgar Subject, A 1853 	.086
Very Young Mariner, A .1854 	.277
Victim of Circumstances, A.1847 	.225
Victim of Pleasure, A .1854 	.215
Visit to the Antediluvian Reptiles at Sydenham, A1854 	.246
Waiting for a Dip .1847 	.154
Waltonians.1852 	.083
We All have our Troubles 1852 	.028
Wedding Day, The 1855 	.275
Weighty Matter, A .1851 	.091
Wellington Statue, The 1846 	.260
What a Dreadful Story! 1854 	.149
What is This? .1849 	.038
What's the Matter?.1849 	.255
What they said to Themselves.1852 	.005
What will He do with Them ?1855 	.241
Where Ignorance is not Bliss 1848 	.245
Which is Best? 1849 	.276
Whiskerandos. . .1854 	.276
Who wouldn't keep a Footman?.1850 	.267
Wholesome Prejudice .1850 	.176
Why, Indeed? 1855 	.122
Wiser and a Better Man, A1852 	.263
Wounded Pride.:1850 	.156
Yachting.1854 	.276
Young Affection1844 	.162
Young Gentleman and Scholar, A.1846 	.133
Young Mariner, A.1852 	.277
Young Patrician, A 1853 	.177
Young Philosopher, A.1847 	.215
Youth at the Prow, and Pleasure at the Helm .1854 	.248



JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES OF LIFE AND CHARACTER
Volume Two (of Three)
FROM THE COLLECTION OF "MR. PUNCH"
1887



INDEX
Academic Costume.1851 	.134
Adding Insult to Injury .1845 	.052
Adding Insult to Injury .1857 	.188
Adding Iasult to Injury .1859 	.202
Advent of Spring, The .1849 	.157
Affecting Incident at Boulogne 1853 	.052
Affecting-Rather.1851 	.107
After the Bath 1857 	.264
Afternoon Tea .1859 	.220
Agreeable Prescription, An.1858 	.106
Agricultural Distress1851 	.074
Alarming Proposition 1859 	.189
Always be Polite when Travelling.1856 	.195
Amateur Pantomime1857 	.014
Ample Protection 1859 	.136
An Absentee .1845 	.232
An Art that doth Disfigure Nature1856 	.186
An Hour's Ride.1852 	.074
Angling Delights 1859 	.062
Another Bit from the Mining District.1854 	.139
Another Railway Misery.1855 	.092
April Fool, An 1855 	.046
Aquatics—A Comfortable Randan.1855 	.080
Aquatic Manouvres1859 	.168
'Arry and 'Arriet .1S58 	.195
Art Progress 1S57 	.127
Artificial Ice-Grand Pas des Patineurs.1850 	.026
Artistic (!) Studio, The.1857 	.193
Assurance .1847 	.105
Astounding Announcement1857 	.130
Astonishing Request An1857 	.199
As Well be out of the World as out of the Fashion1850 	.105
At Aldershot - A Rather Difficult Manouvre 1859 	.269
At Epsom 1850 	.232
At Paris.1853 	.169
At the Play1858 	.261
At the Seaside . 1853 	.271
Average W'eight of the Foot'Guards.1850 	.096
Awkward Predicament1858 	.189
Bad Time for John Thomas, A .1856 	.225
Bare Assertion, A .1854 	.087
Battle of the Hyde Park .1855 	.200
Beard Movement, The1854 	.064
Beard Movement, The1857 	.128
Beard Movement, The1856 	.263
Benefit of Clergy .1852 	.087
Best Run of the Season, The .1857 	.126
Bit of a Breeze, A.1856 	.185
Black Indignity, A 1857 	.127
Bless You-Bless You!.1855 	.153
Blind with Rage1856 	.201
Bon-bon from a Juvenile Tarty, A.1851 	.033
British Forces, The, and the Crimean War 1853 	.114
1856 	.120
British Juryman Preparing for the Worst, The.1859 	.236
Broad Caricature 1843 	.047
Brothers in Arms 1853 	.187
Brown Entertains his Friends wi' a Haggis1859 	.010
Brutal levity1863 	.258
Business-like .1854 	.063
Bye-Day at Easter, A 1858 	.211
By the Sad Sea Waves.1858 	.108
Camp Lite-A Bit of Sentiment.1853 	.060
Camp Life-A Day Surprise 1853 	.271
Camp Life-A Night Surprise 1853 	.271
Candid.1859 	.231
Canine.1851 	.139
Careful Rider, A 1853 	.269
Case of Real Distress, A.1854 	.047
Catching a Tartar1856 	.184
Caution to Gentlemen Walking to Evening Parlies1855 	.250
Caution to Travellers .1853 	.171
CautiouS Bird, A 1858 	.100
Cavalier, A1857 	.241
Censors .1858 	.256
Census, The .1861 	.259
Certainly Not1S55 	.072
Champion, The1844 	.020
Christmas Eve .1863 	.005
Christmas Party, A, Grandpapa Dances Sir Roger 1856 	.009
Citizen of the World, A .1855 	.207
Civil Cabman, The .1857 	.240
Coarse, but Characteristic 1S50 	.139
Cold Wealher.1855 	.029
Comet, The 1858 	.229
Coming Collision, The1857 	.225
Common Objects at the Seaside1858 	.193
Common Objects at the Seaside1857 	.254
Complacent Belief, A 1857 	.270
Compliments of the Season1861 	.004
Confidence of Youth, The 1847 	.096
Consolation1856 	.263
Consultation, A1856 	.143
Cool Request, A .1856 	.247
Cool Request 1857 	.082
Course of True, &c., Never Did, &c.1857 	.203
Cracker Bon-Bon1862 	.021
Cricket-Capital Practice Bowling of the Period 1859 	.265
Crinoline Again1858 	.132
Crinoline for Ever!—No Bathing-Machine Required.1858 	.194
Crinoline on the Water.1858 	.197
Cupid at Sea 1859 	.103
Currency Question, The 1847 	.272
Day After the Juvenile Party, The1847 	.037
Day at the Camp, A.1860 	.251
Day Very Late in the Season, A.1859 	.198
Deceiver, A .1859 	.039
Deerstalking Made Easy.1857 	.233
Delicate Compliment, A 1856 	.067
Delicate Creature, A.1855 	.085
Delicate Hint, A . 1855 	.108
Delicate Way of Putting It.1862 	.247
Delicate Test .1859 	.225
Delicious1857 	.036
Delicious Dip, A 1857 	.207
Delightful Privilege during the Winter Months .1847 	.025
Delightful—Oh! Here's a Jolly Sledge1855 	.038
Delusive Notion1852 	.146
Demon of the Street, The 1858 	.223
Did You Ever? .1858 	.1ll
Disagreeable Truth 1851 	.092
Disappointed One, The .1858 	.187
Discretion . 1847 	.064
Disgusting for Augustus .1858 	.196
Distressed Agriculturist, A1856 	.238
Distressing Result of Eating Turkey .1855 	.034
Disturber of Public Peace, A 1848 	.135
Domestic Bliss 1847 	.056
Domestic Doctoring 1856 	.181
Domestic Economy 1859 	.099
Domestic Extravaganza .1858 	.205
Double Game, A 1858 	.239
Drawing the Line.-.1857 	.141
Dreadful for Young Oxford1859 	.213
Dreadful Joke .1855 	.007
Dress Circle at Punch and Judy.1854 	.039
Dweadful Accident in High Life.1857 	.093
Eager Applicants,1854 	.039
Early Philosophy 1847 	.112
Easier Said than Done1856 	.239
East Wind Joke, An 1855 	.255
Easy Matter, An .1859 	.270
Education in the Mining Districts1855 	.095
Eligible Party, An 1848 	.103
English Nobleman, An, Painted by the French .1848 	.109
Enthusiasm 1854 	.115
Envious Youth, An .1857 	.018
Epigrammatic 1845 	.189
Equestrian Difficulty, An .1858 	.227
Equine 1858 	.144
Evening Party at Sebastopol .1854 	.116
Every Lady her Own Bathing Machine.1849 	.058
Excitement 1856 	.053
Excursion Boat after a Rather Boisterous Passage, &c.1857 	.172
Expanse of Fashion, The .1859 	.203
Fact, A1861 	.243
Fact from the Nursery, A 1856 	.234
Faded Youth, A 1847 	.131
Fair and Equal.1858 	.030
Fair Disputants .1858 	.258
Fair Toxophilites, The 1858 	.221
Family Group, A, Baby Stirring the Pudding.1862 	.006
Fancy goes a Great Way.1846 	.257
Fancy Sketch 1858 	.270
Farm-yard, The 1853 	.246
Fashion of the Period .1858 	.247
Fellow Feeling.1856 	.246
Feminine Amenities.1856 	.174
Festive Season, The1857 	.025
Fine Hautboys1855 	.051
Finishing Touch to a Picture 1854 	.051
Flattering 1855 	.087
Flunkeiana.1848 	.054
Flunkeiana.1857 	.184
Flunkeiana Rustica 1857 	.024
Flycatcher, The .1852 	.064
Fly Fishing .1855 	.057
Fog. The, is so very Thick.1855 	.028
Folly and Innocence1856 	.140
Fortune's Favourite1847 	.100
Fortunate Fellows1858 	.231
Fortune-Telling, a Scene of Domestic Interest .1858 	.070
Four-in-Hand Mania, The1856 	.226
Fox Hunting in a Fog.1856 	.223
Fraternity 1859 	.128
French as it is Spoken.1856 	.245
Friendly Badinage1856 	.217
Friendly Mount, A .1857 	.061
Friendly Sympathy .1858 	.250
From the Mining Districts .1855 	.135
Frozen-out Fox Hunter, The 1861 	.078
Frozen-out Fox Hunters.1854 	.031
Frugal Marriage Question, The1858 	.088
Fumigation.1855 	.211
Generous Offer, A1857 	.162
Glorious News for the Boys.1859 	.035
Going to Church-Scarborough185S 	.197
Good Catch, A1856 	.245
Going to the Ball-the Finishing Touch1859 	.235
Going Out of Town .1858 	.191
Going to the Park1859 	.263
Going to a Party 1846 	.056
Golden Rule, A.1846 	.107
Good Cheer 184S 	.007
Good Liver, A .1857 	.152
Good News, Real Sentiment .1854 	.047
Good Old Comic Clown 1860 	.038
Good Security .1853 	.048
Grand Charge of Perambulators and Defeat of the Swells.1856 	.234
Great Boon, The .1858 	.140
Great Boon to the Public.1855 	.068
Great Plague in Life, A .1859 	.212
Great Tobacco Controversy, The 1857 	.169
Grievance, A.1856 	.119
Guy Fawkes' Day1856 	.254
Happy Notion, A1858 	.265
Happy Notion, A1S59 	.014
Hard Case in the Baltic .1856 	.119
Haven of Refuge, A.1856 	.209
Having a Pair On.1857 	.038
Heartless Practical Joke 1858 	.210
Hi'Art 1857 	.190
Hint to the Authorities, A 1846 	.146
Hint to the Enterprising, A .1857 	.248
Hint to Gentlemen Riding Home after Dinner 1858 	.221
Hint to Mammas, A1856 	.132
Hint to Railway Travellers, A .1856 	.205
Home Amusements .1856 	.013
Home Enjoyments .1859 	.013
Home for the Holidays .1863 	.014
Home for the Holidays .1859 	.033
Horrible Question after a Greenwich Dinner 1856 	.189
Horrid Boy, A .1856 	.261
Horrors of War, The .1853 	.062
How Disagreeable the Boys are1855 	.027
How Jack made the Turk Useful at Balaclava 1S55 	.117
How Troublesome the Boys Are 1847 	.027
How Very Embarrassing! 1855 	.103
Humility.1843 	.250
Husband as He Ought to Be, and Not ought to Be, The .1856 	.105
Husband Taming.1859 	.175
Ice Harvest, The.1855 	.078
If you want a Thing Done, do it Your-self1858 	.178
to 	.180
Imitation is the Sincerest Flattery1856 	.185
Imitation is the Sincerest Flattery1858 	.160
Impertinent Curiosity .1857 	.173
Impudence1844 	.024
In a Hurry.1857 	.262
In Camp1853 	.173
Incident of Camp Life, An1853 	.213
Incident in a French Revolution .1848 	.092
Incident of Travel, An.1856 	.084
Incident with the O. P. Q. Hounds 1857 	.067
Incident of Weight, An 1856 	.130
Incredible 1853 	.049
Indiscretion, An 1859 	.202
Indolence .1859 	.258
Infra dig1853 	.083
Injured Individual, An.1S57 	.216
Innocent Mirth. The Slide on the Pavement .1848 	.037
In Society 1862 	.015
Insulting a Refugee .1842 	.157
Interesting Group posed for a Photograph.1855 	.159
Interesting and Valuable Result1855 	.159
In the Park .1859 	.068
In the Park .1859 	.131
In the Ranks.1853 	.057
In the Streets.1857 	.131
In the Witching Time of Life.1859 	.204
Irish Lake Fishing 1860 	.254
Irresistible.1857 	.141
Is Smoking Injurious?1857 	.090
It must be all right 1858 	.199
It's the Early Bird that picks up the Worm.1858 	.224
Jack Ashore1854 	.052
Jew d'Fsprit 1855 	.101
John Thomas non-plushed .1855 	.095
Jolly Game of Snowballing as played in our Square1860 	.017
Jolly old Paterfamilias with some air-balloons.1865 	.008
Jones tries his new Hack.1857 	.042
Judge by Appearance, A.1857 	.253
Just like 'em .1858 	.187
Juvenile Etymology.1859 	.004
Juvenile Party, The1864 	.028
Juvenile Party, The. A Great Liberty.1864 	.017
Juvenile Wisdom .1859 	.150
Ketchee! Ketchee! .1852 	.110
Kindly Offer, A1861 	.034
Knights of the EaRth.1858 	.208
Last Alteration, The 1856 	.200
Last Refuge of a Banished Smoker,1855 	.255
Latest from Paris .1854 	.051
Let us have Japanese Manners and Customs here1858 	.084
Life in London 1855 	.063
Little bit of Sentiment1845 	.059
Little Dinner at the Crimea Club, A1854 	.116
Little Dinner at Greenwich.1858 	.264
Little Ducks 1856 	.259
Little Men.1848 	.012
Little Shooting in Ireland, A1862 	.264
Little Surprise for Muggins, A 1857 	.174
Lovers' Quarrel, The 1859 	.176
Malapropos.1856 	.185
Malicious .1857 	.196
Man of Consequence, A .1859 	.104
Man of Principle, A1854 	.056
Man of some Consequence, A.1857 	.022
Marriage Question, The 1859 	.177
Married for Money.—The Honeymoon1859 	.082
Marry on 800 a-year.1859 	.149
Master of the Art, A.1850 	.199
Matter of Opinion1858 	.243
May and December 1852 	.101
Melancholy.,,1856 	.153
Men of Taste.1857 	.250
Mermaids' Haunt, The.1858 	.267
Measure for Measure1844 	.184
Merry Christmas, A, and a Happy New Year.1858 	.011
Merry Christmas, A, a Happy New Year—Juvenile Party.1849 	.007
Mind and Matter .1855 	.102
Misplaced Intelligence.1857 	.209
Miss and Mistletoe.1858 	.004
Mistletoe Bough, The, In Leap Year Ladies Initiative.1852 	.019
Modern Antique, A .1851 	.244
Moderation.1859 	.042
Momentous Decision, A .1853 	.051
Monstrous Liberty, A 1856 	.249
Monsters of the Pool.1858 	.170
Moors, The, Gratifying,—Very!!1856 	.216
Moral Influence of Executions1845 	.097
Moral Lesson from the Nursery, A.1857 	.187
More Light.1853 	.057
More Novelty.1857 	.134
Morning after the Juvenile Paity, The1861 	.018
Moustache Movement, The1853 	.108
Moustache Movement, The1854 	.054
Moustache Movement, The1854 	.072
Moustache Movement, The1857 	.233
Mr. Briggs's Pleasures of Fishing .1857 	.041
to 	.045
Mr. Briggs tries his Shooting Pony 1851 	.271
Mr. Briggs's Horse Taming1858 	.222
Mr. Punch at Home1855 	.087
Mr. Punch's Advice to Housekeepers.1858 	.178
	.180
Much Above that Sort of Thing1858 	.141
Much Too Curious 1863 	.252
Nautical Style 1851 	.194
Ne Plus(h) Ultra 1854 	.066
New Cab Regulation 1850 	.062
New Christmas Game for Foxhunters1849 	.021
New Cook, The1853 	.066
New Fashion, The 1857 	.257
New Industry, A .1858 	.257
New Purchase, The .1856 	.168
New Regulation, The .1853 	.093
New Regulation Mess, The.1857 	.169
New Style, The.1854 	.030
New Theatre, The 1858 	.106
Never carry your Gloves in your Hat1854 	.134
Nice Bracing Day at the Seaside, A 1856 	.266
Nice Oder, A,1858 	.083
Noble Science, The 1858 	.217
No Consequence 1855 	.044
No! Don't1855 	.115
Nose Comforter, The .1855 	.025
Not a Bad Idea for Warm Weather .1857 	.163
Not a Personal Allusion .1859 	.231
Not a Question of Weather1857 	.089
Nothing like Forethought 1853 	.115
Nothing like Horse Exercise .1858 	.256
Nothing to Speak of1856 	.220
Notion of Fleasure, A .1856 	.201
Not very Likely1852 	.255
Nursery Four-in-Hand Club, The 1864 	.036
Object of Attraction, An 1857 	.167
Object of Sinccre Pity, An 1856 	.149
Object of Universal Sympathy, An.1856 	.140
Odious Tyranny.1854 	.082
Of a Very Studious Turn1857 	.012
Offended Dignity 1856 	.149
Offended Dignity 1857 	.248
Oh, Dear! .1855 	.112
Oh, Horror! .1859 	.212
Oh, what a Humbug! 1859 	.165
Oh, Yes, of Course! .1858 	.174
Old Boys.1847 	.159
Old Broom-Retiring from Business 1853 	.092
Old Foxhunter, The.1859 	.152
Old Gentleman has a Long Mile, The.1858 	.219
Old Joe, An .1855 	.033
Old Mr. Jones as he Appeared, &c. .1858 	.083
Old, Old Story, The1858 	.128
On Domestic Service .1855 	.115
One Way of Looking at It 1853 	.079
On the Jetty 1858 	.186
Opera, The.1848 	.037
Opera, The.1859 	.125
Our Guards-They can Play, and they can Fight Too! .1854 	.120
Our Lazy Contributor 1856 	.190
Our Little Friend, Tom, has a Day's Hunting .1856 	.244
Out of His Element.1855 	.112
Out of the Fashion 1857 	.153
Oxford Costume 1848 	.102
Painful Subject, A:1856 	.169
Paterfamilias has his Holiday, &c1857 	.164
Paterfamilias—Removal of Snow from the Roof.1855 	.023
Patience Rewarded .1857 	.094
Patient Heroes 1855 	.117
Patronising1859 	.015
Peace Conference, A .1856 	.165
Perfect Wretch, A1851 	.109
Perfectly Dreadful.1856 	.086
Performers after a Respectable Funeral.1850 	.237
Photographic Beauties1858 	.144
Physical Education 1858 	.142
Picnic, The, Overtaken by the Tide 1859 	.166
Picture of Alimentativeness, A.1850 	.093
Pleasant for "Charles, Dear" 1857 	.148
Pleasing Delusion : In re the Round Hats.1856 	.164
Pleasant Holiday Task, A 1859 	.003
Pleasant Quarters .1853 	.072
Pleasing Prospect .1859 	.145
Pleasure of le Sport, The1858 	.252
Pleasures of Sport.1849 	.218
Pleasmes of Travel 1859 	.196
Poetry and Prose 1856 	.265
Politeness as in Paris 1853 	.160
Police wear Beards and Moustaches .1854 	.065
Poor Muggins.1855 	.049
Poser, A.1857 	.166
Practical Science .1856 	.202
Precocity1857 	.201
Prejudice1859 	.229
Prejudiced Opinion, A1855 	.107
Preparations for War 1854 	.114
Pretty General Delusion, A.,.1854 	.055
Pretty Kettle of Fish, A 1851 	.183
Pride feels no Pain .1846 	.063
Private Opinion1854 	.055
Private Theatricals .1857 	.018
Professional Dignity 1858 	.138
Prudent Resolve .1855 	.091
Punch, F. M., Sympathises with Italian Organ-grinder.1859 	.224
Putting a good Face on it .1857 	.024
Quadrille in Hot Weather, The1856 	.174
Queen of thc'May.1853 	.109
Quid pro Quo, A .1859 	.200
Quiet Look at the Country, A.1859 	.163
Quite a Cheap Trip 1858 	.195
Quite an Exquisite.1854 	.054
Quite a New Sensation1856 	.268
Quite a Nice Party 1860 	.032
Quite a Seductive Son of Mars .1854 	.196
Quite Ridiculous 1853 	.101
Race for a Bathing-machine, The1858 	.228
Railway Collusion1859 	.091
Rather Alarming .1846 	.043
Rather Deep .1857 	.136
Real Soldier, A1856 	.257
Real Street Obstructions, The1850 	.076
Real Use of the Bear-skin Cap, The 1854 	.078
Recreations in Natural History 1848 	.085
Remarkable Case of Table-talking.1854 	.226
Remarkable Occurrence .1857 	.153
Repelling Foreign Invasion.1858 	.133
Result of Allowing Ladies to Witness Horse-taming1858 	.175
Retirement.1851 	.234
Return from a Suburban Party 1862 . 40 Returning from the Derby 1857 	.232
Review, The1847 	.044
Right Men in the Right Place, The .1858 	.063
Rival Jockejs1859 	.137
River Frolics1858 	.223
Road, The1859 	.050
Road, The1859 	.191
Rooti-tooit.—I've got cher! 1859 	.008
Round Hat, The 1855 	.132
Round Hat Again, The 1856 	.164
Royal Knickerbocker Archers, The 1859 	.248
Rustic Pleasantry1858 	.251
Same Old Game .1859 	.039
1853 	.173
Scene-A Club.1857 	.086
Scene at a Railway Station, A .1856 	.147
Seenc-Drawing-Room 1855 	.059
Scene-Greenwich .1857 	.203
Scene on Board II.M.S1859 	.211
Scholastic 1849 	.109
Science Students 1858 	.242
Seaside Circulating Library, The 1847 	.046
Seaside Dialogue, A1856 	.205
Self-Examination 1856 	.233
Sensible Riding Costume for Warm Weather.1857 	.198
Serious Accident During the Frost1861 	.032
Serious Thing for Brown .1858 	.192
Servantgalism1857 	.066
Servantgalism1853 	.095
Servantgalism .1857 	.249
Servantgalism and Fineladyism .1858 	.156
Serve him Right .1859 	.142
Sharp's the Word.1854 	.118
Shocking Result of wearing India rubber Goloshes.1856 	.209
Shuttlecock Nuisance, The1857 	.090
Sighing for the Sunny South .1847 	.107
Sisterly Love1859 	.205
Six of One and half-a-dozen of the Other.1856 	.227
Skeleton in the Cupboard, The .1857 	.249
Sketch at a Railway Station .1858 	.190
Sketch during the Recent Gale, A.1856 	.176
Sketch from the Stand al Scarboro', A1856 	.158
Slang .1848 	.061
Snow, The1847 	.004
Snowed up .1858 	.151
Solicitude 1856 	.260
Something like a Horse-Tamer 1858 	.238
Something like Sport 1854 	.061
Something the Matter with the Kitchen Boiler.1854 	.070
Spacious Accommodation.1856 	.239
Specimen of Pluck, A 1859 	.242
Sporting Intelligence .1859 	.268
Stage Fright 1857 	.038
Startling Fact.1855 	.102
Startling Novelty in Shirts, A.1853 	.145
Street Acrobat Nuisance1856 	.143
Strong-backed Car, A. Scene, Ireland.1859 	.167
Stumped Out1856 	.162
Subject for Sympathy, A1858 	.259
Suburban Delight, A .1857 	.235
Sunday at the Club 1855 	.214
Sunday at the Roadside Inn 1855 	.215
Superior Animal, The 1857 	.081
Swimmers, The1857 	.244
Sympathy 1855 	.102
Symptoms of Masquerading.1846 	.036
Syien, A.1858 	.270
Table Turning Experiment at Greenwich .1854 	.247
Taking First Place 1858 	.230
Taking it Easy 1859 	.133
Taste .1853 	.157
Tender Point, A .1859 	.161
Terrible Proposition.1855 	.063
Terrific Accident .1857 	.177
Thank Goodness, Fly-fishing has Begun1857 	.240
Thaw and the Street, The,1861 	.035
Theatre of War, The .1854 	.034
Those Boys Again.1859 	.081
Those Horrid Boys .1855 	.089
Thrilling Domestic Incident .1856 	.220
Throwing Stones through Ice1848 	.018
Tickled with a Straw 1859 	.173
Tom Noddy's, Mr., First day with the Hounds. 1855 	.071
	.073
	.075
	.077
	.098
	.099
Tom Noddy, Adventures of Mr1857 	.172
Tom Noddy determines to have a Day's Hunting.1856 	.244
Too Bad1858 	.033
Too Bad! 1857 	.113
Too Bad, by Jove.1856 	.210
Too Much of a Good Thing.1857 	.235
Touching 1857 	.226
Touching 1858 	.184
Touching Appeal .1858 	.206
Training School for Ladies' about to Appear at Court.1857 	.121
	.022
	.023
	.024
Triumph of Mind over Matter1855 	.097
Trump Card(igan), A .1854 	.118
Trying Thing for Tootles, A .1858 	.194
Unabashed1855 	.083
Unconscious Satire 1850 	.095
Unconscious Victim, An 1857 	.260
Under the Mistletoe1857 	.104
Under the Mistletoe1864 	.005
Undesigned Coincidence, An 1859 	.263
Undignified Reminder.1861 	.030
Unexpected Always Happens, The 1857 	.199
Unfitness of Things, The.1856 	.147
Uniform Stupidity1854 	.118
Uninviting Prospect, An1856 	.223
Unlucky this Time .1855 	.135
Unwelcome Visitor, An .1845 	.053
Unwelcome Visitor, An .1856 	.150
Urgent.1855 	.018
Vagaries of Fashion .1855 	.089
Vain Shadow, A 1844 	.101
Valentine, The 1849 	.157
Valentine's Day1854 	.076
Varieties in Horse-Taming .1858 	.129
Very Alarming, Indeed .1846 .159 Very Artful Contrivance1857 	.261
Very Attentive 1858 . 21? Very Considerate 1858 	.085
Very Friendly .1857 	.050
Very Green-eyed Monster, A.1858 	.029
Very Large Notions.1858 	.149
Very Natural Mistake, A1856 	.253
Very Odd 1853 	.161
Very Old Friend, A.1850 	.079
Very Particular Party, A.1858 	.059
Very Rude, Indeed .1858. 104 Very Shocking Boy, Indeed, A 1857 	.131
Very Thing, The .1857 	.218
Victim of Fashion, A 1856 	.113
Visit to a Dog Fancier, A .1846 	.096
Vive le Sport 1 .1859 	.230
Volunteer Movement—The Distinguished Rifle-shot.1861 	.010
Waiting for the Carriage 1853 	.110
Wake in the Mining Districts, A .1853 	.225
Wanting in Reverence.1852 	.100
Warblers under Water.1858 . 1ll Water Abstainer, A.1858 	.187
Weather and the Streets, The.1861 	.022
Weather in the Parks, The1854 	.020
Weighty Matter, A .1856 	.151
Well Intended, No Doubt .1852 	.114
Well Out of It 1849 	.065
Well they may Call This a Health-giving Pursuit1855 	.069
We'll Serve the Shop 1857 	.155
Wet Day at the Sea Side, A 1858 	.242
What Indeed? 1855 	.097
What a Shame!1853 	.058
What a Shame!1864 	.029
What a Terrible Turk!1856 	.024
What must be the Next Fashion in Bonnets 1854 	.055
Where are the Police?1855 	.139
Where Ignorance is Bliss, &c.1845 	.182
Where There's a Will There's a Way.1859 	.094
Whilst a Respectable Female takes care of the House1857 	.165
Wholesome Conclusion, A .1858 	.158
Wholesome Feast1857 	.012
Who will Serve the Country?1857 	.154
Who wouldn't be a Riding Master?.1852 	.060
Why not? 1853 	.145
Will and the Way, The .1856 	.229
Winter in the Suburbs1854 	.027
Wonderful Intelligent Child .1857 	.213
Yeilding to Temptation.1857 	.141
Young Sportsman, A 1859 	.195
Youthful Sage, A 1857 	.170



JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES OF LIFE AND CHARACTER
Volume Three (of Three)
FROM THE COLLECTION OF "MR. PUNCH"
1887



INDEX
Abuse of the Aspirate, The 1863 	.021
Accepting a Situation .1856 	.040
Across Country.1864 	.181
Advice Gratis .1863 	.187
After Dundreary .1862 	.201
After Supper- Strange Admission1861 	.198
All the Difference.1863 	.199
Ambition 1863 	.039
An Afflicted One 1853 	.214
An Idea for a Wet Day .1863 	.215
An Interesting Question .1859 	.204
An Old Friend .1853 	.257
Another Pretty Little Americanism .1864 	.167
Anxious Inquirers .1863 	.143
Anxious to Preserve our Figure, take a Turkish Bath1861 	.212
Aquatics - When the Bees are Swarming .1858 	.059
Aristocratic Hotel Company, The1863 	.041
	.043
	.043
	.044
Art Treasures . .1860 	.119
At a Rifle Competee-tion in the North1863 	.202
At Dieppe .1862 	.118
Attempted Fraud on the Railway 1863 	.241
Awful Apparition 1861 	.171
Awful Tale of an Eel 1858 	.208
Awkward for Papa 1863 	.022
Badly Hit During the Recent Engagement with the Guards.1863 	.236
Ball, The .1862 	.191
Battue, The .1862 	.125
Beach, The - A Sketch for Warm Weather.1862 	.161
	.162
	.163
	.164
Bear Baiting 1862 	.211
Benevolence .1860 	.061
Beware of Artillery Whiskers.1861 	.011
Billiards1864 	.169
Bit of Household Stuff, A .1862 	.238
Biter Bit, The 1864 	.243
Black Diamond, The - The Real Mountain of Light1851 	.246
Bores of the Beach, The .1860 	.101
Bouncer, A.1860 	.094
Board and Lodging .1864 	.064
Bois de Boulogne-For Cavaliers only1863 	.118
Box of Books from London, The .1856 	.233
Breaking the Bye-Laws .1852 	.220
Brighton Jewels1860 	.237
Brilliant Suggestion, A, Presented gratis to the Horse.1858 	.261
Broken Country, A .1864 	.234
Brook Jump, The1863 	.145
By the Fast Train .1861 	.115
By your Leave .1859 	.049
Cabman Guide, The .1801 	.052
Canine.1863 	.048
Capillary Attractions .1858 	.035
Capital Finish, A1860 	.156
Carte de Visite, The 1862 	.157
Cause and Effect 1864 057 Caution to the Unwary, A 1859 	.014
Chaff .1862 	.103
Chamber Practice.1860 	.129
Chance for Jeames, A 1860 	.053
Channel Passage, The.1862 	.206
Chip of the Old Block, A.1862 	.190
Christening of Jones's First, The .1803 	.142
Clerical Beard Movement, The 1861 	.049
Cockney at Dieppe, A.1851 	.254
Coincidence, A.1860 	.032
Collar Mania, The .1854 	.064
Comfortable Quarters 1859 	.152
Comforter, A.1862 	.019
Complimentary1864 	.225
Complimentary to Paterfamilias.1860 	.016
Confirmed Bachelor.1861 	.159
Connoisseur, A 1859 	.135
Considerate Attention .1860 	.026
Consolation .1859 	.094
Consolation .1861 	.130
Consoling from Consols 1862 	.096
Consummation devoutly to be wished, A1862 	.021
Contemplative Man's Recreation, The1860 	.137
Contented Mind, A .1860 	.138
Cook's Morning Service, The1863 	.220
Costermonger as he is, and as he might be, The 1863 	.167
Country Races-Amateur Professionals1855 	.215
Courtesies of Travel, The1859 	.123
Cricket-The Pride of the Village.1863 	.058
Crinoline for Domestic use 1862 	.132
Crinoline for Domestic use 1862 	.235
Croquet .1863 	.106
Crossing-Sweeper Nuisance, The 1856 	.008
Cruel .1861 	.004
Cruel Joke at a Fete.1859 	.193
Cub-Hunting1862 	.203
Curious Echo at a Railway Station1861 	.127
Curious effect of Relaxing Air.1849 	.104
Dabbling.1861 	.024
Day at Biarritz, A.1863 	.244
	.245
Day with the Stag, A 1856 	.252
Day's Amusement, A 1864 	.203
Day's Pleasure, A. 1860 	.025
Deal, A .1863 	.152
Debate on the New Ministry 1858 	.088
Decidedly .1860 	.166
De Gustibus, &c1858 	.258
Delicate Hint, A 1863 	.018
Dclicious1862 	.136
Difference in Opinion, A.1863 	.012
Difficult Task, A .1850 	.127
Dignity and Impudence .1861 	.060
Dignity and Impudence .1858 	.150
Dignity of Age, The1856 	.015
Diner la Russe 1862 	.126
Dining under Difficulties1861 	.008
Dinner-Bell, The 1849 	.259
Dip in French Waters, A1862 	.063
Dissenters in the University.1855 	.127
District Telegraph, The .1863 	.023
Disturbed Imagination, A 1859 	.230
Diving Belles1862 	.118
Dog-days, The .1864 	.218
Doing a little Business .1864 	.247
Doosed aggravating for Cornet Hinders1863 	.055
Doubtful Compliment, A.1862 	.126
Dramatic.1863 	.231
Drawing Room, A .1858 	.127
Drawing Room, The .1863 	.014
Dried Up 1859 	.086
Duet under Difficulties, A 1863 	.176
Dust Ilo! The Long Dress Nuisance1863 	.184
Effect of Sixpence a Mile1857 	.157
Effect of Stopping the Grog .1849 	.154
Effects of the "Weather on a Sensitive Plant 1861 	.172
Emphatic 1861 	.004
End of a Friend of the Family .1862 	.116
Engaged Ones, The .1847 	.168
English Darlings reflected in a French Mirror1862 	.098
English Gold Field, An 1854 	.036
English Soldiers according to French Notions 1860 	.098
Escort, An.1862 	.148
Excess of Cleanliness, An .1860 	.023
Exhausted Student, The 1862 	.065
Express .1864 	.066
Experiment on a Vile Body, An1859 	.029
Extravagance.1858 	.029
Facetious Inference, A 1861 	.007
Fact, A .1860 	.018
Fact, A .1860 	.153
False Alarm, surely! .1861 	.052
Family Box at the Theatre, A.1857 	.257
Fancy Fair, The .1864 	.214
Fancy Scene, A-Winning the Gloves1860 	.224
Fancy Sketch.1860 	.033
Farewell.1856 	.264
Fashion for next Summer, The 1860 	.139
Fashions in Hair 1862 	.107
Fatuous Fashion, A 1858 	.219
Fellow Martyrs 1864 	.193
Feminine Rivalry 1864 	.175
Financial Difficulty, A1861 	.013
Financial Question, The .1862 	.259
Fine Polish, A 1852 	.096
First Beginnings 1863 	.194
First Day of the Season .1861 	.035
First of September 1852 	.070
Fitting Hospitality .1863 	.176
Flagrant Attempt, A1862 	.177
Flattering Proposal .1860 	.155
Flunkeiana.1848 	.104
Flunkeiana.1864 	.205
Flunkey in Trouble, A1864 	.199
Fly-Fishing .1863 	.170
Fond Delusion .1860 	.131
Force of Habit 1864 	.146
Force of Habit (for Family People only)1861 	.203
Foreign Infliction, A .1859 	.222
For-rad,-For-rad-Away! 1861 	.209
Freaks of a Pet Dog1852 	.210
Freshener on the Downs, A1857 	.120
Friendly Prescription .1856 	.021
Frivolity1858 	.099
Frolic Home after a Blank Day, A 1859 	.196
Furniture Removal Agency, A .1860 	.214
Gale, The1862 	.073
Garotte Effect, A1863 	.119
Generous Offer . 1860 	.045
Gent at Cost Price, A .1856 	.155
Geographical Joke, A 1855 	.143
Going North .1862 	.081
Going Out of Town .1860 	.016
Gold Field in the "Diggins," A.1854 	.037
Gone Away! 1861 	.030
Good Blacking .1853 	.102
Gordian Knot for Robinson, A 1862 	.017
Grand National Rose Show.1858 	.232
Great Bonnet Question, The 1857 	.254
Great Exhibition 1862 	.243
Great Whisker Cutting Movement, The .1861 	.116
Grievance, A.1863 	.141
Ground Swell, A .1S61 	.028
Groundless Alarm.1861 	.170
Groundless Alarm.1862 	.142
Guardian of the Field, The.1855 	.131
Harry takes bis Cousins to see the Hounds Meet.1862 	.145
Haymarket and Thereabout, The1862 	.088
Healthy and Amusing Game 1860 	.045
Held in Cheek .1858 	.033
Helping Him On 1861 	.061
Hero Worship 1850 	.221
Hint to the Engaged Ones of England, A.1859 	.239
Hint to Travellers.1860 	.048
Holidays at Home.1860 	.183
Hopeful Prospect, A1863 	.010
Horrid Girl1861 	.144
Horse Dealer's Logic, A .1863 	.140
Hot Chestnut, A, is very Good after Dinner.1862 	.217
Household Economy1861 	.138
How Not to Do It.1863 	.242
How to Bother Cabby1863 	.213
How to Clear a Carriage for a Cigar .1864 	.182
How to Make a Watering Place Pleasant1861 	.024
How Would it be Without Crinoline? 1864 	.197
Humour of the Streets, The 1860 	.090
Humour of the Streets, The 1861 	.139
Hunting from Town1862 	.147
Hurrah! .1860 	.263
Hush! Hush! .1863 	.122
Hygienic Pleasure, A 1863 	.200
Idle Servant, The .1863 	.099
Immense Treat for the Party Concerned186l 	.102
Important Matter 1860 	.149
Impostor, An.1863 	.150
Impudence .1849 	.230
In Barracks1860 	.094
Incident of Travel, An.1859 	.088
Incident of Travel, An.1864 	.158
Influence of the Railway on the Rhine1864 	.173
In Good Society1851 	.249
Injured Brother, An1861 	.015
In Search of Excitement .1850 	.246
"In the Bay of Biscay, O!" .1862 	.115
Innocent Delusions 1863 	.139
Inquiring Mind, An.1861 	.045
In Search of a Victim .1860 	.011
In State 1844 	.146
In the Volunteers .1862 	.025
Invalid, The 1860 	.103
Irresistible 1860 	.069
It is Safer to go with your Animal.1862 	.147
John Bull la Franaise.1855 	.262
John Tomkins and'Arry Bloater .1862 	.068
Jolly Anglers1864 	.125
Jolly Game, A .1857 	.221
Jumping to a Conclusion .1864 	.206
Junior Counsel, A .1848 	.257
Knowing Animal, A .1857 	.187
Ladies' Lap Dog Show, The1862 	.254
Lady Audley's Secret 1863 	.009
La Mode-The Zouave Jacket .1860 	.056
Last Day at the Seaside, The-Packing Up .1861 	.027
Last New Thing in Cloaks, The1859 	.107
Last Sweet Thing in Hats, The1859 	.028
Late from the School-room1860 	.012
Latest Fashion, The1857 	.111
Latest Fast Thing, The 1863 	.039
Latest Improvement, The .1856 	.069
Latest from Abroad-Powder and all the Rest of it.1862 	.048
Latest Style, The .1856 	.106
Legal Solfeggio, The 1846 	.116
Le Sport.1862 	.256
Lesson in French, A1855 	.086
Like unto Like 1862 	.211
Likely Bait, A 1860 	.178
Likely Case, A.1855 	.050
Linguist, The1863 	.065
Little Bit of Yorkshire, A 1864 	.212
Little Family Breeze, A .1864 	.173
Little Farce at a Railway Station, A.1859 	.063
Little Railway Drama, A1863 	.186
Little Rowlands* Macassar Wanted Somewhere, A .1863 	.099
Little Scene at Brussels, A .1864 	.209
Little Smoke-Jack, A 1863 	.131
London Cream 1864 	.146
London Highlanders.1861 	.200
Looking at it Pleasantly 1864 	.123
"Love's Course Never Did" You Know.1864 	.205
Loving Cup, A1858 	.104
Lowest Depth, The1864 	.211
Lucid Explanation, A 1852 	.063
Making it Intelligible.1864 	.202
Making the Best of It .1858 	.007
Malvern Hills, The 1864 	.262
Man of Discrimination, A 1863 	.188
Man of Ideas, A .1861 	.174
Man's Rooms at the Temple, A.1863 	.106
Marriage Question, The 1858 	.047
Master and Man-A Pretty State of Things1861 	.064
Medium, A1861 	.079
Mere Trifle, A 1862 	.134
Mermaid, A 1854 	.058
Militia Man, A.1854 	.076
Mistaking a Title .1860 	.065
Moral of it, The 1862 	.235
Morning Ride, The .1863 	.248
Mossoo Learning to Swim .1862 	.118
Most Flattering1861 	.216
Most Offensive 1859 	.021
Mr, Briggs's Adventuresin the Highlands1861 	.081
	.083
	.085
	.087
	.089
	.091
	.093
	.095
	.097
Mr. Briggs's Horse Taming Experiences1863 	.258
	.261
Mrs. J. has the Best of It 1860 	.055
Muscular Education - The Private Tutor 1860 	.110
Natural Impatience.1860 	.046
Nature when Unadorned, &c1861 	.054
New Leathers, too!.1861 	.031
NeW Ride, The, Frightful Scene in Kensington Gardens.1860 	.247
New School, The1862 	.136
Nicc Game for Two or More, A 1861 	.110
Nice Little Dinner, The .1853 	.063
Nightmare, A 1862 	.250
No Doubt of It.1860 	.073
Not a bad Judge .1859 	.101
Not a doubtful Race1845 	.250
Nothing like doing it Thoroughly 1864 	.179
Nothing Eke Mountain Air 1860 	.047
Not so Easy .1853 	.160
Not such a bad Thing in a Shower 1860 	.057
Novel Suggestion 1863 	.078
Now I'm Papa 1860 	.108
No. 999, Government Transport .1855 	.114
Object of Attraction, An 1860 	.189
Ocular Demonstration 1857 	.157
Office Incident, An .1863 	.124
Old School 1862 	.023
On Duty .1844 	.134
Oh, how Jolly!.1859 	.101
Oh, that I were in that Balcony! 1864 	.180
On a Parisian Boulevard1861 	.109
One Night from Home1861 	.006
One of the Right Sort1860 	.034
One-sided View, A .1846 	.260
On the Racecourse .1852 	.109
On the Sands.1860 	.074
On the Way to Parade.1860 	.068
Opportunity, An .1862 	.128
Opposite Opinions .1859 	.056
Order we hope to see issued, An .1861 	.156
Organ Grinding Nuisance, The 1864 	.255
Our Foreign Visitors 1861 	.156
Our Indolent Young Man 1859 	.079
Our National Defences .1860 	.102
Our Volunteers.1860 	.019
Out of his Element 1862 	.256
Outrage upon a Gallant Tnrk1856 	.253
Oysters .1864 	.140
Painful Subject, A 1861 	.121
Partridge Shooting 1860 	.097
Partridge Shooting 1863 	.223
Persuasive 1863 	.060
Pet-Love.1862 	.149
Philosophy in Sport1859 	.171
Photograph, The .1861 	.132
Pious Public-House, The1855 	.112
Pitiable Objects 1862 	.053
Pheasant Shooting, A Warm Corner.1858 	.117
Pleasant.1863 	.148
Tleasant Intelligence .1863 	.076
Pleasant Prospect, A 1864 	.253
Pleasures of the Country, The1863 	.191
Pleasures of the Sea, The1857 	.241
Pleasures of Vegetarianism 1852 	.086
Pluck! .1863 	.104
Polite Attention 1861 	.022
Political Prospects .1859 	.020
Poor Cousin Charles .1864 	.190
Poor Fellow .1863 	.108
Poor Little Fellow 1861 	.033
Portrait, The,-Finishing Touch to the Dress .1862 	.074
Portrait of a certain Student who is Reading so hard.1861 	.026
Poser, A.1861 	.003
Posing a Customer .1861 	.084
Positive Fact, of Course 1862 	.013
Practising for a Match 1862 	.174
Practising on a Patient1858 	.124
Preliminary Canter, A1862 	.168
Prepared for Garottcrs.1863 	.192
Prevention is Better than Cure 1863 	.198
Pretty Exhibition near Bromplon, A.1862 	.189
Private Theatricals-The Mouslaches.1860 	.066
Probability, A—"Hold your Zebra, Sir?" .1858 	.070
Problem for Young Ladies, A1862 	.032
Professional 1859 	.005
Profligate Pastrycook's, The 1855 	.113
Progress of Civilization.1854 	.178
Proper Precaution, A 1862 	.031
Prudence.1862 	.121
Prudential Assurance 1859 	.075
Putting his Foot in it 1864 	.225
Putting it Blandly.1863 	.109
Putting Principle into Practice .1861 	.058
Quiet Rebuke, A .1864 	.137
Quip Modest, The.1862 	.122
Quite Exhausted .1856 	.140
Race for a Fare, A 1859 	.107
Raillery 1864 	.207
Railway Grievance .1864 	.233
Railway Morals.1864 	.141
Rather a Kitcheny way of Putting it .1863 	.143
Rather a Knowing Thing in Nets 1860 	.046
Rather Keen .1859 	.195
Rather 'Ossy. .1863 	.223
Rather Vulgar, but Perfectly True1862 	.051
Ready when Wanted, or Militia Volunteers.1854 	.228
	.229
Real Enjoyment 1861 	.076
Reai Independence .1863 	.201
Real Tragedy 1864 	.134
Recreation for the Horse Guards .1851 	.240
Relaxation.1861 	.023
Repose 1862 	.077
Resources of the Establishment 1860 	.050
Retaliation1864 	.233
Return from the Races-Bois de Boulogne 1864 	.232
Riding-hat Question, The 1861 	.100
Rival Barrels, The 1854 	.241
Sagacious Cabby, A 1862 	.227
Salmon Fishing.1863 	.133
Scarborough, At .1862 	.227
Scene-A Certain gay Watering Place.1859 	.069
Scene at Sandbath .1861 	.080
Sccne in a Modern Studio 1856 	.029
Sccne on a Bridge at Paris 1863 	.226
Scene-The Row1863 	.217
School for Old Gentlemen, A1858 	.193
Sea-fishing 1863 	.005
Sea-side Studies.1860 	.025
Sea-side Subject, A, Party in Search of Repose 1862 	.054
Secular Pursuit, A. .1857 	.092
Self Importance1861 	.011
Sensation Ball, The .1862 	.088
Sensation Novel, The 1864 	.194
Serious Complaint, A 1855 	.155
Serious Drawback, A .1861 	.009
Scrvantgalisra, No. XIII.1863 	.010
Servantgalism, No. XIV.1860 	.128
Servantgalism, No. XV1864 	.169
Servantgalism, &c., No. XVI1863 	.220
Servantgalism in Australia-A Fact .1864 	.221
Severe.1860 	.012
Serving Him Out .1862 	.084
Shocking Incident in Real Life 1864 	.251
Shocking Young Lady Indeed, A .1860 	.067
Shoeburyncss.1864 	.251
Short Cut through the Wood, A1862 	.117
Sign of Progress, A .1864 	.131
Singular Optical Delusion .1850 	.135
Sketch at a Steeple Chacc, A.1863 	.145
Sketch from a Study Window.1863 	.078
Sketch in St. James's Street, A .1860 	.007
Sketch on the Downs, A.1861 	.111
Sketch on the Sea-Coast during the Gale1862 	.105
Sketches at Brighton 1802 	.237
Sketching Master, The1858 	.040
Slow Game, A 1863 	.105
Snooks has Joined a Rifle Corps .1861 	.192
Soap-Bubbles.1857 	.186
Social Treadmill, The,—The Wedding Breakfast1857 	.063
Some more Foreign Visitors 1862 	.182
Something in that1856 	.133
Something like a Description.1860 	.030
Something like an Inducement 1860 	.184
Soothing Explanation 1860 	.050
Sou'-Wester in a Sea-side Lodging-House, A 1863 	.066
Special Pleader, A 1861 	.143
Spirit-Rapping 1860 	.232
Spirit Drawing by our own Medium, A1860 	.236
Spoon-shaped Bonnet, The.1860 	.066
Sporting Intelligence .1859 	.097
Sportive Elements, The 1860 	.246
Spread of the Volunteer Movement-Scene, the Schoolroom.1860 	.074
Startling Result.1857 	.152
Steeple-Chacc Study, A 1860 	.185
Stolen Pleasures are Sweet 1863 	.051
Stont Assertion, A 1863 	.123
Street Fight, A .1864 	.211
Study of Crinoline, A .1858 	.216
Studies of Crinoline during an Equinoctial Gale .1863 	.221
Subject for a Picture1861 	.047
Submissive Husband, The . .1862 	.233
Suburban Flyman, The 1864 	.207
Successful Angling.1849 	.254
Summer Visitors .1855 	.022
Superfluous Advice 1847 	.213
Table d'hote Paris, A .1864 	.219
Taking it Manfully 1860 	.195
Taking the Risks 1861 	.120
Terrible Threat, A 1862 	.034
The Very Thing 1860 	.133
Those Horrid Boys Again . .1860 	.015
Tit Bit, A 1861 	.082
To be Pitied .1863 	.181
Tolerably Broad Hint, A1859 	.130
Toll-Bar Nuisance, The 1864 	.154
Too Pad1862 	.116
Too Bad, by Jove You Know .1860 	.053
Too Clever by Half 1863 	.008
Towards the Close of the Season1856 	.092
Travellers' Luggage1860 	.020
True Tale, A 1863 	.126
Truly Delightful .1856 	.077
Tu Quoque .1858 	.226
Tu Quoque, A 1861 	.009
Turning the Tables ; or a Little Sauce for the Gander1862 	.108
Tyrant, A .1859 	.058
Unexpected Always Happens, The.1860 	.109
Unexpected Arrival, An 1863 	.153
Unexpected Bliss 1861 	.008
Unexpected Change, An1860 	.017
Unfeeling Husband, An .1856 	.131
Unwelcome Pleasantry.1861 	.062
Useful and Ornamental .1861 	.149
Useful Appliances1862 	.067
Useful at Last.1861 	.008
Valuable Addition to the Aquarium1860 	.075
Vaulting Ambition1856 	.065
Very Careful 1860 	.158
Very Considerate 1864 	.240
Very Cruel Satire .1860 	.151
Very Much Alive 1856 	.177
Very Much at Sea.1860 	.210
Very Rude Indeed.1847 	.053
Very Slangy .1855 	.144
Very Thing, The .1860 	.183
Very Vulgar Subject, A 1859 	.132
Victim to Over Exertion, A.1859 	.061
Visit to the Studio, A 1860 	.188
Vive le Sport Again1862 	.194
Volunteer Review, The . .1860 	.006
Vulpecide, The Base Indeed 1862 	.185
Waltzing of the Period 1861 	.165
Watering-Place Pleasure, A 1864 	.186
Weight for Age. .1855 	.114
Well (?) Brought Up1863 	.076
Well Over! Anyhow .1863 	.100
Well! The Boldness of some People1861 	.027
Well Timed 1864 	.135
We should Think it Did 1860 	.082
What is it?1856 	.121
What Next? 1854 	.178
What our Volunteers Ought Not to Do1862 	.231
What's the Matter with Him?1859 	.114
What's to be Done in July?.1861 	.020
What we could Bear a Good Deal of1863 	.204
What we Want to Know.1863 	.250
When Doctors Disagree, &c., &c.1844 	.234
Which is the Brute?1858 	.234
Who would have Thought it ?1860 	.038
Wicket Proceeding, A.1863 	.057
Wind S. W., Fresh .1859 	.018
Wire Fence, The .1863 	.218
Word to the Wise, A .1860 	.003
X-Cellent Notion, An 1855 	.158
Yeomanry Service, The1856 	.062
Yes, on Some People .1859 	.016
Yet another Americanism1864 	.179
Young England1862 	.033
Young Northamptonshire.1859 	.151



THE BOOK OF BALLADS
By Various
Illustrated By Doyle, Leech, Cromquill



CONTENTS
THE BROKEN PITCHER
DON FERNANDO GOMERSALEZ
THE COURTSHIP OF OUR CID
AMERICAN BALLADS
THE FIGHT WITH THE SNAPPING TURTLE
FYTTE FIRST
FYTTE SECOND.
THE LAY OF MR COLT.
STREAK THE FIRST.
STREAK THE SECOND.
THE DEATH OF JABEZ DOLLAR
THE ALABAMA DUEL
THE AMERICAN'S APOSTROPHE TO BOZ
MISCELLANEOUS BALLADS
THE STUDENT OF JENA
THE LAY OF THE JEBITE
BURSCH GROGGNEBURG
NIGHT AND MORNING
THE BITTER BIT
THE MEETING
THE CONVICT AND THE AUSTRALIAN LADY
DOLEFUL LAY OF THE HONORABLE J. O. UWINS
THE KNYGHTE AND THE TAYLZEOUR'S DAUGHTER
THE MIDNIGHT VISIT
THE LAY OF THE LOVELORN.
MY WIFE'S COUSIN
THE QUEEN IN FRANCE
PART I.
PART II.
THE MASSACRE OF MACPHERSON
THE YOUNG STOCKBROKER'S BRIDE
THE LAUREATES' TOURNEY
FYTTE THE FIRST.
FYTTE THE SECOND.
THE ROYAL BANQUET
THE BARD OF ERIN'S LAMENT
THE LAUREATE
MONTGOMERY, A POEM.
THE DEATH OF SPACE
LITTLE JOHN AND THE RED FRIAR, A LAY OF SHERWOOD.
FYTTE THE FIRST.
FYTTE THE SECOND
THE RHYME OF SIR LAUNCELOT BOGLE.
THE LAY OF THE LOVER'S FRIEND
FRANCESCA DA RIMINI
TO BON GAULTIER.
THE CADI'S DAUGHTER, A LEGEND OF THE BOSPHORUS.
THE DIRGE OF THE DRINKER
THE DEATH OF DUBAL
EASTERN SERENADE
DAME FREDEGONDE
THE DEATH OF ISHMAEL.
PARR'S LIFE PILLS
TARQUIN AND THE AUGUR
LA MORT d'ARTHUR
NOT BY ALFRED TENNYSON.
JUPITER AND THE INDIAN ALE
THE LAY OF THE DONDNEY BROTHERS
PARIS AND HELEN
SONG OF THE ENNUYE
CAROLINE
FOUND IN MY EMPORIUM OF LOVE-TOKENS.
THE MISHAP
COMFORT IN AFFLICTION
THE INVOCATION
THE HUSBAND'S PETITION
SONNET TO BRITAIN.



BENJAMIN DISRAELI
THE EARL OF BEACONSFIELD, K.G.
By John Leech
Cartoons From "Punch" 1843-1878.



A LIST OF THE CARTOONS.
1845. Young Gulliver and the Brobdingnag Minister. 	.001
1846. A Political application of an old Fable. 	.002
1847. The Rising Generation-in Parliament "Cheap-Jack" 	.004
1848. The Parliamentary Toots. 	.005
1849. Cock-a-Doodle-Doo; or, the great Protectionist 	.006
" The Farmers' Will-o'-the Wisp. 	.007
" Disraeli Measuring the British Lion. 	.008
1850. The Protection "Dodge" 	.009
" Agriculture.The Rial "Unprotected Female". 	.010
" Gulliver and the Brobdingnag Farmers 	.011
1851. Dressing for a Masquerade. 	.012
" The Ghost of Protection appearing to Mr. Disraeli. 	.013
1852. "The Game of Speculation". 	.014
" The Protection Giant 	.015
" Up goes the Quartern Loaf. 	.016
" A Plain Question 	.017
" An Easy Place. 	.018
" A Bit of Animated Nature 	.019
" The Easter Recess. 	.020
" The "Calculating" Boy gets the Prize for Arithmetic. 	.021
" The Downing Street Cad 	.022
" The Political Chameleon. 	.023
" "A Dissolving View". 	.024
" Something Looms in the Future. 	.025
" A Dip in the Free Trade Sea. 	.026
" The Political Topsy. 	.027
" Mrs. Gamp taking the Little "Party". 	.028
" A Scene from English History 	.029
" A Dirty Trick-Bespattering Decent People 	.030
" Swell Mob at the Opening of Parliament 	.031
" The Balancing Brothers of Westminster. 	.032
" The Asiatic Mystery. 	.033
" Palmerston Selling Off 	.034
" The Rival Black Dolls. 	.035
" Dizzy and his Constituent. 	.036
" The Last Pantomime of the Season 	.037
" Great Poaching Affray on the Liberal Preserves 	.038
" The Anglers' Return. 	.039
" A Derby Obstruction. 	.040
" A Derby Spill. 	.041
" The Fight at St. Stephen's Academy 	.042
" Dressing for an Oxford Bal Masqu. 	.043
" Dizzy's K'rect Card for the "Derby" (?). 	.044
" Dizzy's Arithmetic 	.045
" Pudding before Meat. 	.046
" The First Question 	.047
" Political "Economy". 	.048
" "Heads I Win, Tails you Lose". 	.049
" The Honest Potboy. 	.050
1867. Blind Man's Buff 	.051
" The "Irrepressible Lodger" 	.052
" Extremes must meet; or, a Bit of Practical Science 	.053
" The Derby, 1867, Dizzy wins with "Reform Bill" 	.054
" The Political Egg-dance. 	.055
" "The Return from Victory". 	.056
" Puff at St. Stephen's. 	.057
" Fagin's Political School 	.058
1868. The New Head Master. 	.059
" Rival Stars. 	.060
" Steering under Difficulties. 	.061
" The Political Leotard. 	.062
" Ben and his Bogey. 	.063
" Rival Actors 	.064
" A Political Parallel 	.065
1870. Critics. 	.066
1871. The Strong Government. 	.067
" "Out of the Bag" 	.068
1872. The Lancashire Lions 	.069
" The Conservative Programme 	.070
1873. The Two Augurs 	.071
" "How not to say it". 	.072
1874. Paradise and the Peri. 	.073
" The Winning "Stroke" 	.074
" The Great "Trick Act". 	.075
" A Real Conservative Revival. 	.076
1875. "Good-bye!". 	.077
" The Indignant Bystander. 	.078
" More Slaveries than One. 	.079
" "Permissive" Government. 	.080
" "In Egitto!!!" 	.081
1876. The "Extinguisher" Trick 	.082
" The Lion's Share 	.083
" Service Stores 	.084
" "New Crowns For Old Ones!" 	.085
" "The Jolly Anglers". 	.086
" The Sphinx is Silent 	.087
" Neutrality tinder Difficulties 	.088
" Empress and Earl 	.089
" The Turkish Bath 	.090
" "A Mistake!" 	.091
1877. "Woodman, Spare that Tree!". 	.092
" Benjamin Bombastes 	.093
1878. The Dizzy Brink. 	.094
" "The Mysterious Cabinet Trick" 	.095
" "The Confidence Trick!". 	.096
" New Persuasions. 	.097
" "Imperial" Guard 	.098
" Figures from a "Triumph" 	.099
" "Faon de Parler!" 	.100
" "Happy Family" at Berlin 	.101
" The Schoolmaster Abroad. 	.102
" Triumph! 	.103
" "Pas de Deux!" 	.104



FOUR HUNDRED HUMOROUS ILLUSTRATIONS
By John Leech
With Portrait and Biographical Sketch.
1868



CONTENTS
Alarming Symptoms after Having Boiled Beef and Gooseberry Pie. 	.017
Great Want of Veneration 	.018
Something like a Holiday 	.019
Innocent and Amusing Tricks for Boys . 	.020
Another. 	.021
A London Gent Abroad 	.022
Unfeeling Observation. 	.023
Sailing versus Railways. 	.024
Innocence. 	.025
Never Satisfied. 	.026
Living in Hope 	.027
Jealousy 	.028
A Puzzling Order 	.029
How to get rid of a Gratis Patient 	.030
Hooking and Eyeing 	.031
In for It. 	.032
Bless the Boy. 	.033
Pity the Sorrows of the Poor Police. 	.034
Speculators. 	.035
Preparations for War 	.036
Early Beginnings 	.037
May difference of opinion never alter Friendship 	.038
The Test of Gallantry. 	.039
Interesting scene during the Canvas for Mr———— 	.040
Mal-apropos. 	.041
A little bit of Hunting. 	.042
Alarming 	.043
An Impudent Minx 	.044
Very Acute 	.045
Men of Business. 	.046
Delicacy of the Season 	.047
Unlucky 	.048
Nothing like warm Bathing. 	.049
The Ruling Passion 	.050
Different People have Different Opinions 	.051
The Alderman's Advice to his Son 	.052
An Omnibus Incident. 	.053
Very Proper Diet for Warm Weather. 	.054
Mr. Verdant's attempt at Bookmaking 	.055
Easily Satisfied 	.056
The Chatalaine—a really useful Present 	.057
Domestic Bliss 	.058
Rather Disappointing 	.059
Domestic Bliss-Time 3.30 — Thermometer 30 degrees. 	.060
A Dumb Waiter. 	.061
Murder Will Out. 	.062
Different People have Different Opinions 	.063
Advice Gratis. 	.064
Grandmamma is supposed to have given Tom some plums. 	.065
The Rising Generation. 	.066
Sour Grapes. 	.067
Dog Days 	.068
Hall along of the Betting Offices. 	.069
A Romance of Roast Ducks 	.070
Delicate 	.071
A Great Loss 	.072
Rather a Bad Look-out. 	.073
Curious Effect of Relaxing Air 	.074
Oh! The Curtains 	.075
A Left-handed Compliment 	.076
Taken at his Word. 	.077
The Opera. 	.078
Fishing off a Watering Place 	.079
The Conservatory 	.080
The Garret 	.081
Late Hours 	.082
No Place like Home when the family are at a Watering Place 	.083
A British Ruffian. 	.084
Very Considerate 	.085
Filling up the Census Paper. 	.086
Reward of Merit. 	.087
Doing a Little Bill. 	.088
Alarming 	.089
Domestic Bliss 	.090
Returning from the Seaside—A Little Commission 	.091
A Jolly Dog. 	.092
A Bon-bon from a Juvenile Party. 	.093
Throwing stones through ice. 	.094
True Respectability. 	.095
A Young Gentleman and Scholar. 	.096
Perfect Sincerity; or Thinking Aloud 	.097
Perfect Sincerity; or Thinking Aloud 	.098
Perfect Sincerity; or Thinking Aloud 	.099
No Doubt 	.100
Very Low People. 	.101
A Weighty Matter 	.102
A Cheap Day's Hunting, No. 1 	.103
A Cheap Day's Hunting, No. 2 	.104
A Cheap Day's Hunting, No. 3 	.105
The Gentle Craft 	.106
Apropos of Bloomerism. 	.107
One of the Delightful Results of Bloomerism. 	.108
Bloomerism in a Ball-room. 	.109
Barrack Life 	.110
Bon-bon from a Juvenile Party. 	.111
Domestic Bliss 	.112
Solicitude 	.113
Flunkeiana 	.114
A Horrible Business. 	.115
Putting his foot in it 	.116
Flunkeiana 	.117
Flunkeiana 	.118
Domestic Bliss 	.119
Splendid Day with the Queen's. 	.120
Domestic Bliss 	.121
Domestic Bliss 	.122
Flunkeiana 	.123
Flunkeiana 	.124
Subject for a Picture. 	.125
Fishing off Brighton 	.126
Flunkeiana 	.127
An Enthusiastic Fisher 	.128
The Worst of Evening Parties 	.129
Sporting-Youth who has lost the Hounds 	.130
A lapse of twenty minutes—Sporting Youth returns 	.131
Flunkeiana 	.132
Domestic Bliss 	.133
The Opera. 	.134
How to Dress a Lobster 	.135
An Exclusive 	.136
Flunkeiana 	.137
Snow-flakes,—No. 1 	.138
Snow-flakes,—No. 2 	.139
Snow-flakes,—No. 3 	.140
The Hat-moving Experiment. 	.141
A False Position 	.142
Servantgalism; or, What's to become of the Missusses?. 	.143
Servantgalism; or, What's to become of the Missusses?. 	.144
Servantgalism; or, What's to become of the Missusses?. 	.145
The Camp at Chobhan—Hospitality. 	.146
The New Bonnet 	.147
A Great Mental Effort. 	.148
Cruel. 	.149
A Caution to little boys at a Festive Season 	.150
A Playful Creature 	.151
A Very Vulgar Subject. 	.152
Study of an Elderly Female Hailing the Last Omnibus. 	.153
A Large Bump of Caution. 	.154
Latest from Paris. 	.155
A Serious Threat 	.156
A Trifle the Matter with the Kitchen Boiler. 	.157
Competition. 	.158
Gammoning a Gent 	.159
Enter Mr. Bottles, the Butler. 	.160
Flunkeiana—a fact. 	.161
Railway Smoking. 	.162
How to get a Connection. 	.163
Thinking Aloud 	.164
A Brutal Fellow. 	.165
A Delicious Sail off Dover 	.166
Division of Labour 	.167
A Thorough Good Cook 	.168
Bottom Fishing 	.169
First Night in the New House 	.170
No Offence 	.171
Matrimonial Solicitude 	.172
Aquatics 	.173
Difference of Taste. 	.174
Teeth Extracted. 	.175
"By the Sad Sea Waves" 	.176
Miss Brown kindly takes her cousin out fishing 	.177
The Woman at the Wheel 	.178
The Female of the Future 	.179
How cool and nice French-Polished floors are—How very Hard . 	.180
Villikens in the Drawing Room. 	.181
Wise Man 	.182
Quite Safe 	.183
A Great Prospect 	.184
A Gorgeous Spectacle 	.185
Something Like Sport 	.186
Trade. 	.187
Delightful Out-door Exercise in Warm Weather 	.188
Servantgalism 	.189
Servantgalism. 	.190
Bit from the Mining Districts. 	.191
Bit from the Mining Districts. 	.192
Servantgalism. 	.193
Delightful Privilege during Winter Months. 	.194
Speaking from Experience 	.195
Surprise for Tomkins 	.196
All Right. 	.197
Sea-side Saturday Evening. 	.198
Serious for the Military 	.199
Fashions for Fast Men. 	.200
A Rare Treat 	.201
Alas for the old Institutions. 	.202
The Moustache Movement 	.203
Wonderful Effect of Ether in a case of scolding wife 	.204
Rather Awkward for Tompkins. 	.205
Servantgalism ; or, What's to become of the Missusses? 	.206
Sailing Instructions 	.207
A Country Ball 	.208
After Partaking very Heartily. 	.209
The Influenza. 	.210
How to Flatter a Gent. 	.211
Best Foot Foremost 	.212
The Rising Generation. 	.213
Meeting His Half-way 	.214
Consols at 90. 	.215
Consols at 80. 	.216
A Brilliunt Idea 	.217
The Rising Generation. 	.218
Invention Hotter than Cure 	.219
Honeymnon at Sea 	.220
A Heal Difficulty. 	.221
A Case of Real Distress. 	.222
Literal. 	.223
Good Security. 	.224
On the Moors 	.225
Speaks for Himself 	.226
One of the Fine Arts 	.227
Table Rapping. 	.228
A Good Education 	.229
The Finishing Touch to a Picture . 	.230
Close of the Season. 	.231
Fires for the Winter—Something wrong with the Chimney 	.232
An Association for the Advancement of Science on an Excursion. 	.233
Business-Like. 	.234
Jack Ashore 	.235
No News is Good News (?) 	.236
Paterfamilias Superintends removal of the snow from the roof 	.237
Pleasing Effect Below. 	.238
The Battle of the Pianos 	.239
Delightful for Mother. 	.240
A Caution to young men who wear sharp pointed moustaches . 	.241
Scene-Drawing Room 	.242
Friend, Doctor, and Wife 	.243
A Visit to the Antediluvian Reptiles at Sydenham 	.244
The Too Faithful Talbotype 	.245
False Pretences. 	.246
Another Bit from the Mining Districts 	.247
The Moustache Movement 	.248
Long Vacation. 	.249
Agricultural 	.250
Flunkeiana 	.251
The Ticket-Showing Nuisance. 	.252
Scholastic 	.253
Pleasures of Housekeeping. 	.254
These Hats 	.255
Rather Alarming. 	.256
Thinking Aloud 	.257
General Thaw and Bursting of the Water Pipes 	.258
Innocent Mirth 	.259
Frightful. 	.260
Bachelor Housekeeninp. 	.261
The Sensational. 	.262
Marly in the Morning 	.263
Moral Influence of Executions. 	.264
No Consequence 	.265
The First of September 	.266
Two Aspects. 	.267
The Police . 	.268
Women and Freemasonry. 	.269
Did You live 	.270
Awful result of giving a Season ticket to your wife. 	.271
Such a Lark. 	.272
From the Mining Districts,—an Attempt at diverting Natives 	.273
Moderate Terms 	.274
Fine Business, indeed! The Wretch! 	.275
Old Clothes. 	.276
Servantgalism. 	.277
How Disgreeable the Boys are 	.278
The Rising Generation. 	.279
Poor Muggins 	.280
Our Little Friend Tom Noddy. 	.281
Coarse, but Characteristic 	.282
Old Lady and Leveller. 	.283
A Perfect Wretch 	.284
The Moustache Movement 	.285
Life in London 	.286
At the Crimea. 	.287
Friendly, but very Unpleasant. 	.288
Keeping Step 	.289
The Moustache Movement 	.290
Too Bad. 	.291
Prudent Resolve. 	.292
Disgusting for Augustus. 	.293
Servantgalism. 	.294
Flunkeiana Rustica 	.295
A Fact 	.296
In Hope. 	.297
Hope Rewarded. 	.298
Not to be Daunted. 	.299
Hope and Fear. 	.300
Most Provoking 	.301
Never Say Die. 	.302
Marry on 300 a Year. 	.303
The Husband as he ought not to be. 	.304
Fair and Equal 	.305
A Very Particular Party. 	.306
Comparisons. 	.307
Good Looking 	.308
A Cautious Bird. 	.309
Pleasing Delusion in re Round Hats 	.310
Roasted Chestnuts. 	.311
"Where Ignorance is Bliss" 	.312
Folly to be Wise". 	.313
Private Opinion. 	.314
Taken Aback. 	.315
Nicely Caught. 	.316
Perfectly Dreadful 	.317
Cupid at Sea 	.318
Very Considerate 	.319
A Railway Collision—A Hint to Station Masters. 	.320
Patience Rewarded. 	.321
A Sketch from the Stand at Scarboro. 	.322
Astounding Announcement from the Small Country Butcher 	.323
Offended Dignity 	.324
Amateur Pantomine. 	.325
Remarkable Occurrence. 	.326
Young Upholsterers 	.327
The Valentine. 	.328
True Gallantry 	.329
Self-Help. 	.330
Startling Advice 	.331
Early Responsibility 	.332
A Moral Lesson from the Nursery. 	.333
The Bloated Aristocrat 	.334
Married for Money—the Honeymoon. 	.335
Under the Mistletoe. 	.336
Alarming Proposition 	.337
Young Lady of the Period 	.338
Serve Him Right. 	.339
Everything in its Place. 	.340
A Hint to Gentlemen. 	.341
A Hint to Railway Travellers 	.342
Oh, Yes; Of Course 	.343
The Quadrille in Hot Weather 	.344
The New Regulation Mess. 	.345
A Painful Subject. 	.346
Photograph Beauties. 	.347
The Opera,—No. 1 	.348
The Opera,—No. 2,. 	.349
A Sketch at a Railway Station. 	.350
Hi' Art. 	.351
Flunkeiana 	.352
Servantgaliism 	.353
Symptoms of Hard Reading 	.354
The Stout Lady 	.355
Head of the House,—No. 1 	.356
Head of the House,—No. 2 	.357
Milk versus Water. 	.358
Thrilling Domestic Incident. 	.359
Very Artful Contrivance. 	.360
A Windy Day. 	.361
Common Objects at the Seaside. 	.362
Astonishing a Young One. 	.363
Awkward Predicament. 	.364
A Notion of Pleasure 	.365
A Bad Time for John Thomas 	.366
Learning to Swim 	.367
On the Roof. 	.368
Nothing but Eating 	.369
Lively for Jones 	.370
Very Odd 	.371
Wholesome Feast. 	.372
Of a very Studious Turn. 	.373
A very green-eyed monster. 	.374
Juvenile Dissipation 	.375
None but the Brave deserve the Fair. 	.376
Tit for Tat. 	.377
Solicitude 	.378
Skeletons. 	.379
Great Minds Think Alike. 	.380
An elegant row about a machine 	.381
What a Terrible Turk 	.382
A Safe Convoy. 	.383
Impertinent Curiosity. 	.384
Tickled with a Straw 	.385
Horrible Question after a Greenwich Dinner 	.386
Touching Appeal. 	.387
A Great Mistake. 	.388
It's the Early Bird that Picks up the Early Worm 	.389
Serious Thing for Brown. 	.390
The Moustache Movement 	.391
The Beard. 	.392
Consolation. 	.393
Fortunate Fellows. 	.394
Pursuit of Pleasure. 	.395
A Domestic Extravaganza. 	.396
Sisterly Love. 	.397
Freezing 	.398
A Peace Conference 	.399
When Railway Companies fall out the Public derive the benefit. 	.400
Quite True 	.401
A Holiday. 	.402
Cold in the Head 	.403
Touching 	.404
A Fishing Adventure. 	.405
Self-Examination 	.406
Delicate Test. 	.407
The Moustache Movement 	.408
Conclusive Table-Turning Experiment made at Greenwich. 	.409
The Farmyard 	.410
A Suburban Delight 	.411
Juvenile Etymology 	.412
Portrait of the Old Party who rather likes Organ-grinding. 	.413
An Injured Individual. 	.414
Practical Science. 	.415
A Shock. 	.416



A LITTLE TOUR IN IRELAND
By S. Reynolds Hole
An Oxonian
(Dean Of Rochester)
With Illustrations By John Leech



CONTENTS
PREFACE
CHAPTER I 	PREFATORY
CHAPTER II 	TO DUBLIN
CHAPTER III 	DUBLIN
CHAPTER IV 	FROM DUBLIN TO GALWAY
CHAPTER V 	THE FAMINE
CHAPTER VI 	FROM GALWAY TO OUGHTERARDE
CHAPTER VII 	CONNAMARA
CHAPTER VIII 	CLIFDEN
CHAPTER IX 	KYLEMORE
CHAPTER X 	FROM KYLEMORE TO GALWAY
CHAPTER XI 	FROM GALLWAY TO LIMERICK
CHAPTER XII 	LIMERICK
CHAPTER XIII 	KILLARNEY
CHAPTER XIV 	KILLARNEY
CHAPTER XV 	KILLARNEY
CHAPTER XVI 	FROM KILLARNEY TO GLENGARRIFF
CHAPTER XVII 	GLENGARRIFF
CHAPTER XVIII 	GLENGARRIFF TO CORK
CHAPTER XIX 	CORK
CHAPTER XX 	BLARNEY
CHAPTER XXI 	FROM DUBLIN HOMEWARD



PORTRAITS
of
CHILDREN OF THE MOBILITY
By Percival Leigh
Drawn From Nature By John Leech
1841



CONTENTS
VIGNETTE ON THE TITLE-PAGE.
CHILDREN OF THE MOBILITY
OF THE MOBILITY IN GENERAL
PLATE I. Miss Margaret Flinn, Master Gregory Flinn, Miss Katherine O'Shaughnessy, and Master Donovan
PLATE II. Master Jim Curtis, Master Mike Waters, and Master Bill Sims.
PLATE III. Master "Young Spicy," and Master "Tater Sam."
PLATE IV. The Family Of Mr. And Mrs. Blenkinsop
PLATE V. Master Charley Wheeler, Master Moses Abrahams, Master Ned
PLATE VI. Master Bob White and Master Nick Baggs.
PLATE VII. Miss Moody and her infant sister Miss Martha Moody, Master George Dummer, and the Misses Ann and Sarah Grigg.
PLATE VIII. Master Tom Scales and Master Ben Potts.



“ASK MAMMA”,
or
THE RICHEST COMMONER IN ENGLAND


By R. S. Surtees
Illustrated By John Leech
CONTENTS
PREFACE TO THE ORIGINAL EDITION
CHAPTER I. OUR HERO AND CO.—A SLEEPING PARTNER
CHAPTER II. THE ROAD
CHAPTER III. THE ROAD RESUMED.—MISS PHEASANT-FEATHERS
CHAPTER IV. A GLASS COACH.—MISS WILLING (EN GRAND COSTUME)
CHAPTER V. THE LADY’S BOUDOIR.—A DECLARATION
CHAPTER VI. THE HAPPY UNITED FAMILY.—CURTAIN CRESCENT
CHAPTER VII. THE EARL OF LADYTHORNE.—MISS DE GLANCEY
CHAPTER VIII. CUB-HUNTING
CHAPTER IX. A PUP AT WALK.—IMPERIAL JOHN.
CHAPTER X. JEAN ROUGIER, OR JACK ROGERS
CHAPTER XI. THE OPENING DAY.—THE HUNT BREAKFAST
CHAPTER XII. THE MORNING FOX.—THE AFTERNOON FOX
CHAPTER XIII. GONE AWAY!
CHAPTER XIV. THE PRINGLE CORRESPONDENCE
CHAPTER XV. MAJOR YAMMERTON’S COACH STOPS THE WAY
CHAPTER XVI. THE MAJOR’S MENAGE
CHAPTER XVII. ARRIVAL AT YAMMERTON GRANGE.—A FAMILY PARTY
CHAPTER XVIII. A LEETLE, CONTRETEMPS
CHAPTER XIX. THE MAJOR’S STUD
CHAPTER XX. CARDS FOR A SPREAD
CHAPTER XXI. THE GATHERING.—THE GRAND SPREAD ITSELF
CHAPTER XXII. A HUNTING MORNING.—UNKENNELING.
CHAPTER XXIII. SHOWING A HORSE.—THE MEET.
CHAPTER XXIV. THE WILD BEAST ITSELF
CHAPTER XXV. A CRUEL FINISH
CHAPTER XXVI. THE PRINGLE CORRESPONDENCE
CHAPTER XXVII. SIR MOSES MAINCHANCE
CHAPTER XXVIII. THE HIT-IM AND HOLD-IM SHIRE HOUNDS
CHAPTER XXIX. THE PANGBURN PARK ESTATE
CHAPTER XXX. COMMERCE AND AGRICULTURE
CHAPTER XXXI. SIR MOSES’S MENAGE.—DEPARTURE OF FINE BILLY
CHAPTER XXXII. THE BAD STABLE; OR, “IT’S ONLY FOR ONE NIGHT.”
CHAPTER XXXIII. SIR MOSES’S SPREAD
CHAPTER XXXIV. GOING TO COVER WITH THE HOUNDS.
CHAPTER XXXV. THE MEET
CHAPTER XXXVI. A BIRD’S EYE VIEW
CHAPTER XXXVII. TWO ACCOUNTS OF A RUN; OR, LOOK ON THIS PICTURE
CHAPTER XXXVIII. THE SICK HORSE AND THE SICK MASTER
CHAPTER XXXIX. MR. PRINGLE SUDDENLY BECOMES A MEMBER OF THE H. H. H
CHAPTER XL. THE HUNT DINNER,
CHAPTER XLI. THE HUNT TEA.—BUSHEY HEATH AND BARE ACRES
CHAPTER XLII. MR. GEORDEY GALLON
CHAPTER XLIII. SIR MOSES PERPLEXED—THE RENDEZVOUS FOR THE RACE
CHAPTER XLIV. THE RACE ITSELF
CHAPTER XLV. HENEREY BROWN & CO. AGAIN
CHAPTER XLVI. THE PRINGLE CORRESPONDENCE
CHAPTER XLVII. A CATASTROPHE.—A TÊTE-À-TÊTE DINNER
CHAPTER XLVIII. ROUGIER’S MYSTERIOUS LODGINGS—THE GIFT HORSE
CHAPTER XLIX. THE SHAM DAY
CHAPTER L. THE SURPRISE
CHAPTER LI. MONEY AND MATRIMONY
CHAPTER LII. A NIGHT DRIVE
CHAPTER LIII. MASTER ANTHONY THOM
CHAPTER LIV. MR. WITHERSPOON’S DEJEUNER À LA FOURCHETTE
CHAPTER LV. THE COUNCIL OF WAR.—POOR PUSS AGAIN!
CHAPTER LVI. A FINE RUN!—THE MAINCHANCE CORRESPONDENCE
CHAPTER LVII. THE ANTHONY THOM TRAP
CHAPTER LVIII. THE ANTHONY THOM TAKE
CHAPTER LIX. ANOTHER COUNCIL OF WAR.—MR. GALLON AT HOME
CHAPTER LX. MR. CARROTY KEBBEL
CHAPTER LXI. THE HUNT BALL.—MISS DE GLANCEY’S REFLECTIONS
CHAPTER LXII. LOVE AT SECOND SIGHT.—CUPID’S SETTLING DAY
CHAPTER LXIII. A STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT



COLIN CLINK.
By Charles Hooton
IN THREE VOLUMES. VOL. I.
1841



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.
CHAPTER XVIII.



COLIN CLINK.
By Charles Hooton, Esq.
In Three Volumes. Vol. II. (of III)



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.
CHAPTER XVIII.
CHAPTER XIX.
CHAPTER XX.
CHAPTER XXI.
CHAPTER XXII.
CHAPTER XXIII.
CHAPTER XXIV.
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI.
CHAPTER XXVII.



COLIN CLINK.
By Charles Hooton, Esq.
In Three Volumes. Vol. III.



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.



JACK THE GIANT KILLER.
By Percival Leigh

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With Illustrations By John Leech
1853



CONTENTS
THE ARGUMENT.
OF GIANTS IN GENERAL.
JACK'S BIRTH, PARENTAGE, EDUCATION, AND EARLY PURSUITS.
HOW JACK SLEW THE GIANT CORMORAN.—-
JACK SURPRISED ONCE IN THE WAY
JACK SCRAPES AND ACQUAINTANCE WITH THE PRINCE OF WALES
JACK SETTLES THE REMAINING GIANTS AND SETTLES DOWN



THE FORTUNES OF HECTOR O’HALLORAN,
AND HIS MAN MARK ANTONY O’TOOLE.
By W. H. Maxwell
With Illustrations By J. Leech.
London: 1853



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	A FIRST ANNIVERSARY
CHAPTER II 	THE PLOT THICKENS
CHAPTER III 	THE NIGHT ATTACK
CHAPTER IV 	MY ENTRÉE ON THE WORLD
CHAPTER V 	I AM MISTAKEN FOR A GAUGER IN IRELAND, A GREAT MISTAKE
CHAPTER VI 	A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER
CHAPTER VII 	I JOIN THE TWENTY-FIRST
CHAPTER VIII 	LIFE IN A WATCH-HOUSE
CHAPTER IX 	THE COCK AND PUNCH-BOWL
CHAPTER X 	FRIENDS MUST PART
CHAPTER XI 	THE STORY OF THE WANDERING ACTRESS
CHAPTER XII 	A GENERAL DISCOVERY
CHAPTER XIII 	MARK ANTONY IN LOVE FIRST, AND IN TROUBLE AFTERWARDS
CHAPTER XIV 	THE TABLES TURNED—THE SAILOR’S STORY
CHAPTER XV 	LIFE IN LONDON
CHAPTER XVI 	A SECOND DELIVERANCE
CHAPTER XVII 	THE ROBBERY OF TIM MALEY
CHAPTER XVIII 	CONFESSIONS OF THE RAT-CATCHER.
CHAPTER XIX 	MY GRANDFATHER
CHAPTER XX 	A MEETING BETWEEN MEN OF BUSINESS.
CHAPTER XXI 	MY TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY
CHAPTER XXII 	I ESCAPE—BUT MR. SLOMAN MEETS WITH AN ACCIDENT
CHAPTER XXIII 	SUNDRY OCCURRENCES NARRATED-MR. BROWN AND HIS FRIENDS IN TROUBLE
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV 	MY UNCLE’S STORY
CHAPTER XXVI 	MY UNCLE’S STORY CONTINUED
CHAPTER XXVII 	I JOIN THE CANTONMENTS OF THE ALLIED ARMY—LIEUTENANT CROTTY’S INTERVIEW WITH LORD WELLINGTON
CHAPTER XXVIII 	A SPANISH INN THE EMPECINADO—AND A SURPRISE
CHAPTER XXIX 	THE EXECUTION
CHAPTER XXX 	THE RESCUE
CHAPTER XXXI 	THE TRIAL
CHAPTER XXXII 	THE PARDONED VOLTIGEUR
CHAPTER XXXIII 	THE GUERILLA’S GIFT
CHAPTER XXXIV 	FARTHER ADVENTURES—MEMOIR OF THE VOLTIGEUR
CHAPTER XXXV 	RETURN TO THE ALLIED ARMY—LETTERS FROM ENGLAND
CHAPTER XXXVI 	CONFESSIONS OF MAJOR FITZMAURICE.
CHAPTER XXXVII 	MY INTERVIEW WITH LOUD WELLINGTON AND FURTHER PARTICULARS TOUCHING PETER CROTTY
CHAPTER XXXVIII 	OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN—BATTLE OF VITTORIA
CHAPTER XXXIX 	SAN SEBASTIAN
CHAPTER XL 	CAPTIVITY
CHAPTER XLI 	BATTLES OP THE PYRENEES
CHAPTER XLII 	A NOCTURNAL ADVENTURE, AND PREPARATIONS FOR ESCAPE
CHAPTER XLIII 	ESCAPE FROM SAN SEBASTIAN, AND RETURN TO ENGLAND
CHAPTER XLIV 	THE CRISIS APPROACHES
CHAPTER XLV
CONCLUSION



PUCK ON PEGASUS
By H. Cholmondeley Pennell
Illustrated By Leech, Phiz, Portch, and Tenniel
With a Frontispiece By George Cruikshank
Fourth Edition
1862.



CONTENTS
PUCK ON PEGASUS.
PREFACE TO THE FOURTH EDITION.
THE NIGHT MAIL NORTH
SONG OF IN-THE-WATER.
THE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP.
THE PETITION
'THE POET CLOSE.'
THE DU CHILLU CONTROVERSY
ADVERTISEMENT
OUR SWEET RECRUITING SERGEANTS.
SONNET
DERBY DAY
AH, WHO?
"DAILY TRIALS."
HOW WE GOT TO THE BRIGHTON REBLEW
SCHOOL "FEEDS."
LORD HOLLYGREENS COURTSHIP
LAY OF THE DESERTED INFLUENZED
I'VE LOST MY ————
THE VIII CRUSADE.
IN MEDIÆVOS.
FIRE!
COUNT CABOUR.
THE WELL OF TRUTH
PERILS OF THE FINE ARTS.
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT (IRISH) BRIGADE
WUS, EVER WUS
TOO BAD, YOU KNOW.
"THE DAYS THE THING."
GHOSTRIES.
"MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE."
ODE TO HAMPSTEAD.
OUR TRAVELLER.
CHINESE PUZZLES.
ETCETERA.
WHAT THE PRINCE OF I DREAMT.
CASE IN LUNACY.
A GIGGLE FOR "EXCELSIER"
THE THREAD OF LIFE.



STAGE, STUDY & STUDIO
by John Leech and Others
INDEX TO THE ILLUSTRATIONS
PANTOMIMICS
PAGE
Rehearsing the "fish" ballet 	1
Billy and Bunny 	3
Winning the gloves 	4
Modern languages taught in one lesson 	5
Theatre Royal—Nursery 	6
An ex(bus)horse-tive argument 	7
A pict-ure 	8
A swallow out of season 	9
"With a neck like that" 	11
Experienced young fellow 	12
Two transformation scenes 	13
Not the correct way of pudding it 	15
Humanizing influence of pantomime 	16
ON THE STAGE AND OFF
Prompt but not prepared 	17
A wordless story 	18
English as she is spoke 	23
Cassius 	24
Acting under difficulties 	25
Ever-popular criminal on the stage 	27
On the stage—and off 	28-9
When actors are Members of Parliament 	31
When actors become modest 	32
"Still running" 	33
The part of Hamlet 	34
Good and bad business at the theatre 	35
"A little padding" 	37
The actor's one topic—himself 	39
A side-box talk 	40
The bald baron 	41-4
FUN AT THE PLAY
"Are you sitting on my hat?" 	45
Delights of theatre-going 	46-7
"Not so long as four solos" 	49
A little ruse 	50
A morning concert 	52
Pit, boxes, and gallery 	54
Playgoers and their eccentricities 	56
Credit where credit is due 	57
A "civil" retort 	58
AMONG THE AMATEURS[iv]
At a fancy ball 	61
Private theatricals 	63
Private theatricals at the Titwillows' 	65
THE POETS' CORNER
Portrait of a gentleman 	67
The poets illustrated 	69
No! Don't 	70
The poets illustrated 	74
"Mariar Martin, or the Red Baarn" 	75
An illustrated edition of the poets 	77-9
Poets and their patrons 	80
MAINLY ABOUT AUTHORS
Would-be novelist 	85
Lady Audley's secret 	86
Perfect sincerity, or, thinkings aloud 	88
The ancient Britons 	88
A rural study 	89
"The great cypher work" 	90
Author's miseries 	92-7
Harris-ing reflections 	99
"Hemily Fitz-Hosborn" 	100
THE EDITOR IN HIS DEN
The editor at home 	101
Romance of advertising 	103
"Pirates surprised at sunset" 	104
Fancy portrait—Oliver Twist 	105
A fact! 	106
A new reading 	111
STUDIES FROM THE STUDY
"He's sent the books" 	113
Returned—with thanks 	114
A queer cut 	115
The pursuit of letters 	116
Grand march of Intellect 	116
Catalogue of the letter P. 	117
The age of intellect 	118
Subject for a picture 	119
An awful apparition 	121
The musical neighbour 	123
British Museum catalogue 	124
Analytical papers 	125
"Couldn't read Miss Frump's new book" 	127
The philosopher's revenge 	129-136
FUN IN THE STUDIO
"Present company always excepted!" 	137
"Very tiring" 	138
Wholesale 	139
"Qualifications" 	140
Behind the scenes 	141
"Asking for it" 	142
The commercial side 	143
Gaddy's academy picture on view 	144
"Flattering" 	145
Profession and practice 	146
A rapid genius 	147
"English langweege" 	148
"Only their mothers" 	149
For exhibition? 	150
Pretty innocent 	151
"Aye, there's the rub!" 	152
"Work hard and get your own living" 	153
March of science 	154
The real 	154
Pleasures of the studio 	155
A happy medium 	155
The ideal 	156
Two principal figures 	157
Answers for our artist 	158
The mother of invention 	159
Kindly meant 	160
"Where's your beard?" 	160
How some old painters must have worked[v] 	161
Studio persuasion 	162
"A portrait painter" 	163
Model husband and a lay figure 	164
Marvellous! 	165
A visit to the studio 	166
Scene in a studio 	167
Ballet of action 	168
Turps v. Turpitude 	169
One use for "Dundrearys" 	169
Accommodating! 	170
"Lucky fellow!!" 	171
"Noblesse oblige!" 	172
Our art-school conversazione 	173
"Only one spur a-piece" 	174
"Sharp's the word" 	175
The sympathies of art 	176
Under a great master 	176
"Sent it to the wash!" 	177
"Ugly and as ridiculous as possible" 	178
Perfect sincerity; or, thinkings aloud 	179
Easily satisfied 	180
Compliments of the season 	181
"Skyed" 	182
ROUND THE GALLERIES
Caution 	183
Painters and gazers 	185
An artist's dream 	186
"Athletic exercises" 	187
Let them exhibit their pictures outside 	188
Pleasures of the Royal Academy 	189
Art in the National Gallery 	190
Outside the Royal Academy 	191
Charming fashion of long skirts 	192
"Unto this last" 	193
"Very like—very like" 	194
The umbrella question 	195
Pictures of the English, painted by the French 	196
A-musing 	197
Perhaps 	198
Reception of pictures at Royal Academy 	199
Our historical portrait gallery 	200-1
A study 	202
Overheard at the Academy 	203
Suggestions for the Royal Academy catalogue 	206
THE ARTIST OUT OF DOORS
"It's an ill wind," etc. 	207
The old cottage 	208
The elysium of artists 	209
"A pretty prospect" 	210
Possibilities of a penny pistol and a box of caps 	211
Technical and practical 	212
"Impertinent curiosity of the vulgar" 	213
"That pre-Raphaelite fellow" 	214
Where ignorance is bliss 	215
Design for an album 	216
Studying skies 	217
Culture for the million 	218
An artist scamp in the Highlands 	220
Ingenious protection against midges 	221
Sketching from Nature 	222
"Very nearly a pound" 	223
Art at a cattle show 	224
What an artist has to put up with 	224
Enjoying himself in the Highlands 	225
"Compliments of the (sketching) season" 	226
"Fine Art" 	227
"Brother Brush" 	228
Making the best of it 	229
One reason, certainly! 	230
Æsthetics[vi] 	230
A broad hint 	231
Pleasant for Jack Daubs 	231
Flattering! 	232
Our adventurous artist 	233
Art and science 	234
An eye for colour 	235
Ignorance was bliss 	235
Our artist 	236
SCULPTURE AND COMEDY
"Well broke!" 	237
Venus of Milo 	238
"Ingenuas didicisse" 	241
At the great exhibition of 1861 	243
Popular history 	244
Capital punishment 	245
A flagrant attempt 	246
FUNNY FILMS: HUMOURS OF PHOTOGRAPHY
"Many a true word spoke in jest" 	247
Bobby's camera 	249
Interesting group posed for a photograph 	250-251
Happy thought 	252-253
Pleasant for Simpkins 	254
Unanswerable 	255
Can the camera lie? 	256
The artistic(!) studio 	257
"What for?" 	259
Portrait of a distinguished photographer 	260
A photographic picture 	261
Encouragement of art 	263
"A florid complexion" 	265
Artful! 	266
Subject for a picture 	267
Photographic beauties 	268
WANDERING MINSTRELS
Christmas waits 	269
Division of labour 	271
Culture for the million 	273
Nothing like advertising yourself 	275
Sketch from a study window 	277
THROUGH THE OPERA GLASSES
The opera 	281
What indeed? 	284
"French without a master" 	285
We don't sing enough 	287
The high note 	288
The low note 	289
"Only twenty-two" 	291
Culture for the million 	292
Gentle rebuke 	293
CHIEF ARTISTS REPRESENTED
Adams, Jack. 29.
Barnard, Fred. 9, 69, 74, 76-9, 99, 115, 147, 160, 169, 176, 206, 220, 244.
Bateman, H. M. 3, 208, 288-9, 291.
Bede, Cuthbert. 58.
Booth, J. L. C. 50, 90, 138, 190.
Brentnall, E. F. 212.
Bromley, V. W. 146.
Browne, W. G. A. 234.
Brunton, W. S. 154, 185, 235, 296.
Bull, René. 18.
Cooper, T. G. 155.
Cruikshank, George. 24, 54, 116, 118, 178, 216, 279, 280.
Daubeny, Hesketh. 104.
Doyle, Richard. 84, 124, 200-1, 209, 269.
Du Maurier, George. 65, 67, 89, 129-136, 141, 157-9, 192, 218, 229, 238, 252, 253, 263, 271, 273, 292, 293.
Griset, Ernest. 161.
Haselden, W. K. 25, 27, 31, 32, 35, 39, 46, 47, 56, 57, 189, 287.
Howard, Capt. H. R. 222.
Keene, Charles. 91, 101, 139, 143-5, 168, 172, 173, 175, 182, 193, 195, 198, 207, 213, 217, 223, 226-8, 230, 232, 233, 241, 245, 254, 255, 265, 285.
Lawson, F. W. 75.
Leech, John. 4, 8, 63, 70, 86, 88, 100, 114, 119, 121, 123, 155, 166, 167, 179, 180, 196, 243, 246, 251, 256-7, 267, 268, 277, 281, 284.
Leete, Alfred. 45.
May, Phil. 1, 11, 23, 37, 61, 137, 148, 149, 237, 247, 259.
Maybank, Thomas. 81-3.
Pears, Charles. 211, 249.
Proctor, J. 162.
Sandercock, H. 106, 125, 150.
Thackeray, William Makepeace. 286.
Thomas, Bert. 34, 49, 191.
Thomson, Gordon. 6, 14, 15, 16, 152, 197, 203.
Wall, A. H. 194.
Weigand, W. J. 17.
Wright, Frank. 215.
PRINCIPAL LITERARY CONTENTS
PAGE
PLAYERS' PRANKS 	2
EMMA AND ULPHO 	19
HUMOURS OF THE PLAYHOUSE 	22
SCENERY AND COSTUME OF THE STAGE 	48
ASS YOU LIKE IT 	55
HAMLET'S LAST SOLILOQUY 	58
AT THE MASQUERADE 	60
AMATEUR FLUTE-PLAYER 	62
ONLY SEVEN 	64
LYCEUM LYRICS 	66
THE POETS AT PLAY 	68
MOTLEY'S KINGDOM 	76
MY MANUSCRIPTS 	81
A MAN I HATE 	84
MARK TWAIN AND THE KEY 	87
HUMOURS OF THE PRINTING HOUSE 	91
HARRIS-ING REFLECTIONS 	98
HUMOURS OF ADVERTISING 	102
APPROVED BY THE EDITOR 	109
RULES FOR NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS 	110
LITERARY FLUNKEYISM 	112
HUMOURS OF OUR LANGUAGE 	114
MORE HUMOURS OF ADVERTISING 	120
HE NEVER CALLED AGAIN 	126
A DANGEROUS WRITER 	128
PAINTERS AND GAZERS 	184
A DREAM OF UNFAIR WOMEN 	204
IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS 	209
PYRAMUS AND THISBE 	239
PHOTOGRAPHIC FAILURES 	248
THE PHOTOGRAPHS 	258
MRS BROWN AND THE GERMAN BAND 	270
STREET MUSICIANS 	280
THE BOHEMIAN GIRL 	282
RECOLLECTIONS OF THE OPERA 	286
A WOMAN'S THOUGHTS ABOUT WOMEN 	290
THE ONION GIRL 	294





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About ISYS® Search Software
Established in 1988, ISYS Search Software is a global supplier of enterprise
search solutions for business and government.  The company's award-winning
software suite offers a broad range of search, navigation and discovery
solutions for desktop search, intranet search, SharePoint search and embedded
search applications.  ISYS has been deployed by thousands of organizations
operating in a variety of industries, including government, legal, law
enforcement, financial services, healthcare and recruitment.



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